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I love this time of year, because Facebook pops so many pictures of cute babby Rosie’s Halloween cosI love this time of year, because Facebook pops so many pictures of cute babby Rosie’s Halloween cosI love this time of year, because Facebook pops so many pictures of cute babby Rosie’s Halloween cos

I love this time of year, because Facebook pops so many pictures of cute babby Rosie’s Halloween costumes into my feed!


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She who cannot be contained. 

She who cannot be contained. 

purplelittlemermaid:

heterodoxy:

Adorable baby girl being chased by daddy, finally takes a stand.

Omg

Inai-Inai-bah! She bah’d him! 

humansinthesky:

talking to a hot boy’s parents like, “I’m a big fan of your work”

tbh i can’t wait to point to a kid and say, “I made that one in the sandbox, the one eating copious amounts of WAITSWEETIE—!?!”

musingsofaraven:

whitmerule:

usta1969:

how do they each sound like the other species

Kids

sleepymccoy:

Just saw a highly entertaining interaction between a mother and her son. The kid is maybe three or four, walking around and wearing clothes and so on but still a kid. He got her to bend down to his height, then pulled her mask down, gave her a big ol’ kiss, then pulled her mask back and snapped it onto her face. She shut her eyes in preparation, so I get the vibe this isn’t her first rodeo here lol

schmergo:

To all the parents out there who bundle their babies up in the winter time with those little hats with the little ears that make them look like little teddy bears: You are doing the lord’s work. Seeing tiny ewoks toddle across the grocery store parking lot is just what we all need sometimes. My joy is immeasurable and my day is restored.

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reinadelacastles:

I absolutely love children


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starwarsgraphictee:mellenabrave:That’s the human equivalant of the “sir are you aware you are a cat”starwarsgraphictee:mellenabrave:That’s the human equivalant of the “sir are you aware you are a cat”starwarsgraphictee:mellenabrave:That’s the human equivalant of the “sir are you aware you are a cat”starwarsgraphictee:mellenabrave:That’s the human equivalant of the “sir are you aware you are a cat”starwarsgraphictee:mellenabrave:That’s the human equivalant of the “sir are you aware you are a cat”

starwarsgraphictee:

mellenabrave:

That’s the human equivalant of the “sir are you aware you are a cat” meme.

I thought I was Jewish when I was her age but I was actually Catholic so when my Jewish friends invited me to give a prayer at his house during Chanukah and I recited “Our Father who art in heaven…”, my friend’s mom got on her knees and said to my face in a super soft voice, “Joey, I think you’re catholic not Jewish,” in front of everyone and I thought I was in trouble and I started crying.


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icouldwritebooks:

icouldwritebooks:

I love it when the little kids I’m teaching online have complete and total misconceptions of what’s going on. So far, I’ve encountered the following:

1. I had been teaching a little girl for several months, when one day she said to me: “My mother says you’re a real person, not an app. If you’re a real person, show me your husband.”

2. I was about to end a class, but the little girl I was teaching didn’t want the class to end. She turned to her mom and asked if she could please watch one more episode. Turns out she was under the impression that I was a very interactive TV program.

3. I couldn’t find my marker in class today. The boy I was teaching was like, “What’s your apartment number? I’ll come up and help you find it!” The boy lives in China and I live in the United States. I guess most people he knows live in the same building as him, so he assumed I did too.

4. I had been teaching a kid for quite some time when I mentioned my age in class. She was like, “Wait, you’re an adult????” She’d thought I was twelve.

5. I just finished my last class of the night. At the end of it, the three year old girl (in China) wanted to know if she could come over and we could have the next class at my house.

icouldwritebooks:

I love it when the little kids I’m teaching online have complete and total misconceptions of what’s going on. So far, I’ve encountered the following:

1. I had been teaching a little girl for several months, when one day she said to me: “My mother says you’re a real person, not an app. If you’re a real person, show me your husband.”

2. I was about to end a class, but the little girl I was teaching didn’t want the class to end. She turned to her mom and asked if she could please watch one more episode. Turns out she was under the impression that I was a very interactive TV program.

3. I couldn’t find my marker in class today. The boy I was teaching was like, “What’s your apartment number? I’ll come up and help you find it!” The boy lives in China and I live in the United States. I guess most people he knows live in the same building as him, so he assumed I did too.

4. I had been teaching a kid for quite some time when I mentioned my age in class. She was like, “Wait, you’re an adult????” She’d thought I was twelve.