Sometimes Noah straight-up astounds me with his ability to figure out the more intricate parts of life.
Dad, I know how you make water. It’s really easy. You take ice and add water and you blend it up. Then take the ice out and you have water. ~Noah
And there you have it. Next time you need to make water, don’t complain to me that nobody ever taught you how it was done.
Dan Pearce, Single Dad Laughing
Dan, I found this on food.com and couldn't resist sharing it. How to make ice. :D
I love how small children try to make sense of their world! You can almost see the gears in their brains clicking at high speed!
Wow! I knew I had it wrong. I always thought that water consisted of 2 atoms of hydrogen and one of oxygen, thus creating a water molecule, and I thought that you needed many, many more water molecules to just make one drop of liquid water. Thank you, Noah for telling me just how simple it all really is! LOL!
Here in the South, we have a number of euphemism that we use to refer to things that are just not polite to speak about around others! Therefore, instead of saying "Excuse me, I have to go to the restroom/I gotta pee, etc...", we refer to urination as "making water". So when I read the title of this post, I had an extra giggle because I immediately thought Noah was going to enlighten us with some clever new way to utilize the bathroom facilities! Hahaha! He's such a cute kid; I don't know how you can even stand it sometimes!! :)
LOLOLOL that has got to be one of the cutest pics I have ever seen! I love the pics you use on your stories!
@RashelleDeJean Bahahaha! Me, tooooo!!!
@RashelleDeJean I thought the very same thing!
My mind totally went the euphemism route, too! Which reminded me of the time I overheard my nephews in the bathroom - the older one explaining to the younger one how to stand on the step-stool for optimal aim. Kids really do say the most unintentionally hilarious things...
@RashelleDeJean Hahaha, I'm sure he'd have some excellent advice on that, too!