“Duice,” you said running out of the room.
Daddy followed you into the kitchen, where you stood in front of the fridge.
And this is one of the reasons we don’t let you watch much tv.
I’m reminded of the Idiom, “little pitchers have big ears.”
Little pitchers have big ears. And big eyes.
You see and hear much more than we realize.
A fleeting moment may leave a permanent impression. Or it may disappear like morning rain. We don’t know what will hold your attention or what you’ll remember.
We do know that you’re exceptionally smart, and you’re already very good at connecting ideas and different situations — like seeing people on TV drinking juice, and thinking you’d like some juice, yourself.