pioneers of truth —
Some days I don’t understand kids. At almost three years, my daughter makes every attempt to become Iron Fist #1 — saying no, telling us to stop, telling us it is time to go home . . .
This child is really adamant. It amuses me, more than anything; to think that Little Miss would assume that we would do whatever is commanded of us. Maybe it is worth a shot, when we’re at that point in life.
Goodness knows we don’t typically push like that as adults; those that do wind up in charge, because aggression tends to trump competence. Bullies tend to rule.
Is this world just a bigger version of a school playground?
Something to consider over this weekend.
(Daily Post prompt: Three Letter Words | Header image by Alan Levine)
Consider it considered. YES, and the school playground is just a bigger version of the family dynamics in the home. Your daughter sounds wonderful – strong and smart! 🙂
Well thank you, and thanks for reading. 🙂
Love the haiku and the accompanying picture!
I’m glad. 🙂
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