Kids making business deals
My two-year old, Rocco,walks over to where I’m at , takes me by the hand to where he and his brother, Rockford, are having breakfast. He shows me he has finished all his sausages and gestures that he wants the ones sitting on Rockford’s plate. Without saying anything, he picks up his piece of nutri-grain bar from his own plate and hands it to Rockford. Rockford, in turn, places his sausages on Rocco’s plate. And just like that, my boys learned how to barter.
I guess I was called over to supervise their transaction. Who says it’s too early to learn Business 101 at home?
A meeting with a cop
Rockford makes a promise
El Cajon Police
As a mom I hear myself ranting everyday things like, “Don’t do that!” “You have to!” “I said so!” Well on a day when my son was whining in the backseat that he didn’t feel he should have to put on his car seat seatbelt, instead of just ranting off, I decided to get creative…so I borrowed the help of a cop.
Rockford Goes Green
A Lousy leaf eater
It's not easy being green
A couple of months ago when my son was obsessed with Eric Carle’s book, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar“, he decided to act out his inner caterpillar during our family outing…not very clever.