Kids’ Talk: Priceless! by Wilma Shepard Caraway

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Do you wish you had written down those cute things your kids or grandkids said when they were growing up? Well, it’s not too late! Wilma Caraway, in Kids’ Talk: Priceless!, has captured tidbits that people did write down, which may just trigger your memory and help you recall (and hopefully discuss with family) the treasures that made childrearing so much fun.

ISBN 978-1-938796-18-0

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Do you wish you had written down those cute things your kids or grandkids said when they were growing up? Well, it’s not too late! Wilma Caraway, in Kids’ Talk: Priceless!, has captured tidbits that people did write down, which may just trigger your memory and help you recall (and hopefully discuss with family) the treasures that made childrearing so much fun. Holly, age 9, is a happy little girl and sings all of the time. Her singing irritates her younger brother. Eight-year-old Christopher said, “Holly, hush singing so much, you make my throat hurt.” —Rilla Woodruff, Marshall, TX My friend and her three-year-old son went to the mountains for a picnic. A stream was flowing nearby. When little Mikey walked toward the stream, his mother called to him, “Mikey, don’t go too close to the water.” Mikey yelled, “If you turn this water off, I could hear you.” —Eileen Durand, Albuquerque, NM I was teaching the creation lesson to my second grade class and said, “God gave us the sun for light for day. What did he give us for night?” No one said anything. Then, a little boy with great excitement raised his hand, waved it vigorously, and with all sincerity said, “The light bulb!” —Shirley Wood, Matthews, NC One Christmas day, Aunt Anita asked eight-year-old Elizabeth to bring her a brush so she could fix her hair. “But Aunt Anita,” Elizabeth said, “my hair isn’t broken.” —Karen Whiting, Rockledge, FL Four-year-old Kayla wanted to play softball with her grandparents. Surprised at how well Kayla could throw the ball, her grandfather commented within her hearing, “Kayla has such a good arm.” She looked at him and said, “No, Papa. I gots two good arms.” —Jean Davis, Ocean View, DE

 

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