Fostering curiosity in kids (and their parents) since 2011

“So, where do we get to go, Mommyo?”

Scan of Cranberries concert ticket, owned by me.

wouldn’t that be nice?

The Four-Year-Old, as the cop walks away from the car after giving her mother a ticket for an illegal right turn: “Where do we get to go now, Mommyo?”

Mother: “What do you mean?”

The Four-Year-Old: “What’s the ticket to? Is it to SteveSongs?”

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