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tabbycat's avatar

What is the most important thing you have learned from someone much younger than you who was not a relative?

Asked by tabbycat (1811points) August 18th, 2008
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Harp's avatar

That everything is, potentially, a toy.

La_chica_gomela's avatar

or a piece of gum!

redsgirl4eva's avatar

Love is for everyone. I think that is the best my little adopted nieces and nephews have taught me.

trumi's avatar

Life is better if you don’t care what other people think. Dance like nobody is watching.

girlofscience's avatar

That you can’t hide a piece of broccoli in a glass of milk.

La_chica_gomela's avatar

LOL, girlofscience!

redsgirl4eva's avatar

@girlofscience I love that one its a keeper lol

Bri_L's avatar

there is something of curiosity everywhere. if you don’t think so your moving to fast and not taking the time to look.

Judi's avatar

Be careful what you say, the worse it is the more likely it is to be repeated.

redsgirl4eva's avatar

@judi how true I learned that one from my daughter when she was about 10–11 months old. I did an oppppps with her.

loser's avatar

That it’s okay to color outside if the lines!

robmandu's avatar

That my breath smells like “beard”... probably because I’m sporting a beard of late.

tinyfaery's avatar

That I can train perfectly intelligent adults to give me what I want; I just have to throw a big enough fit about it.

And, that true honesty is particular to small children.

whatthefluther's avatar

There is lots of carefree fun to be had (just don’t let Mommy catch us)!

marinelife's avatar

I learned that when feelings are overwhelming you, you need to remember to ground and center from my infant nephew who did it naturally.

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