Once upon a time there was an elephant, and this elephant was so tiny you could hardly even see him. One day a man went on safari. He expected to see a very large elephant, and some lions and rhinoceroses as well. He thought nothing could surprise him. But when he came across the tiny elephant, the shock of the sight froze him in place. And from that point on, he remained just as he was, stuck in place next to the tiny elephant, his mouth gaping open.
The actually story went like this:
“Mama, why is that elephant so small?”
“Oh, that does look like an elephant, doesn’t it?”
“Yes, why it so small?”
“Because it’s actually a phone jack.”
“And why the man like this (she makes a face o.o)”
“Huh, that does look like a man, doesn’t it?”
“Why he like this?”
“I don’t know.”
“Is it because the elephant is tiny?”
I’m learning never to close my eyes to what my children see. Their world is so wondrous and so very different from my own.
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