DD1 interrupted the middle of our Passover dinner (which is kind of a religious service at the dinner table), looked across the table at my mother, and said, loudly, "Savta (grandma), do you remember when I folded your underpants?"
Not my own kid, but a member of my Brownie troop who is Jewish had her turn to bring the snack during Passover and brought homemade "bagels" made from ground-up matzoh, which led to her explaining to the others what matzoh is. Seems that when the Jews were leaving Egypt, they were in such a hurry that they had to make the bread really thin so it would bake on their backs as they walked stooped over in the desert sun, and that is how matzoh is still made today--baked on the bare backs of Jews!
Funny how some of the girls did not want to eat the bagels after hearing this.
Oh I am looking foward to that witty child thought!!!
Ds isn't speaking but I remember my mother telling me what I said when i was little.
I have a little sister and when i was about 3 or 4 my mother asked me what i thought about haveing another baby brother or sister. I pointed at my sister and asked "well what are you going to do with that one?"
apparently theres only room for 2 and i wasn't going anywhere!!