Ron and Jonathan, Those are really cute stuff! What a sweet comment that the kid's Dad is a great playground site. That Dad should be really proud.
When my son was 3, I took him with me to a concert. I was always waiting & wondering what he might say as he was so sweet & precocious. He had just started pre-school a couple days a week. The Pastor/ sponsor asked David, "do you like to sing with your Mommy?" He quickly responded very proudly, "No but I can stand & go potty." Without skipping a beat, the Pastor said, "good job!" My son is now 23 and graduating this May in electrical engineering from USD. Fun.
Cute Cindy! That reminds me of how I use bring kids up on stage as a way of getting their Dad's to do the "Matilda the Gorilla" song with me. Started this back in 1978. I would interview them asking what their Daddy's did for work and then they would ask their Dad's to come up. They would never refuse their child ! ( Which by the way is a good way to get volunteers ! lol ) It was pretty funny when they either didn't know what their Daddy's did or they would say "he makes money" or "plays with me." One time I asked a kid "do you know what you Daddy does?" And quickly he said back, "No, what?" Another time a kid responded by saying "he puts out fires!" which is funny cause he was a contractor and not a firemen. Another time a kid said his Daddy worked for "focus on the family." Everybody clapped. But when i asked him what he liked to do with his Daddy he said, "he's never home." Ouch !! Kid's do tell the truth, even if it hurts.
Thanks for sharing!