Thursday, 22 January 2015

Things He Says | The School Edit


Child A: "You look tired, ma'am."
(They're formal when addressing teachers at The Boy Child's school.)
Teacher: "I am rather."
The Boy Child: "Yes.  You look miserable."
(We need to work on that directness.)

~ as reported by the class teacher.
~ 21 January, 2015

3 comments:

Sian said...

maybe! I'm rejoicing in that fact that he's reading emotions in faces. Cos that's one of the things, isnt it?

Alison said...

I agree with Sian..recognising other people's feelings is a positive step! Xx

Fiona@Staring at the Sea said...

Ah yes, directness. At times endearing when he was younger, less so as a teenager! The upside being he usually realises when he has done it now and will follow up with, "Oh, that was rude, wasn't it? Sorry."

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