“Are there bugs that get on other bugs?”
Oh my goodness, these bug questions are relentless. First, moths and butterflies, then centipedes and millipedes, then ants, then saddleback caterpillars, and now this.
The Eight-Year-Old, watching Canelo stalk a spider in our sunroom:
“Mommyo, are there bugs that get on other bugs?”
In researching this story, I discovered that there are also frogs who get on bugs.
Ironically, while digging through my Caterpickles Backlog of Future Questions this morning, I came across this gem from The (then) Four-Year-Old: “Mommyo, let’s scare everybody! Let’s put ants and bees on Caterpickles!”
Mission accomplished. Maybe next year we can finally talk about something other than bugs.
- Yee-haw! Cowboy frog enjoys his own little rodeo by riding a beetle as it tries to fly away (Daily Mail)
- “Do ants take baths?” (Caterpickles)
What are you thinking?