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Sunday, 17 January 2010

The Wise Teachings of the Littlest Latte - an occasional series

Lesson 2

The Littlest Latte teaches us about mortality.

"You're not old, Daddy!"

"Thank you, sweetheart. Bless you."

"But you will die another day."

14 comments:

  1. Love it, oh so wise. A jedi in the making!

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  2. Well, it makes a change from my two saying "I don't want you to die, Mummy!" Oddly enough, I feel much the same way!

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  3. My skinny son who lives on thin air & frequent visits to the co-op or garage to buy himself crap assured me earlier when I told him to get something " proper" to eat that he was fine and not about to die. Oh Good.

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  4. How sweet, out of the mouths of babes, eh?

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  5. That's very cute indeed. Nothing as Tao coming from my end - this month I have been reminded on numerous occasions that it's not appropriate to have a butterfly on top of the christmas tree. it wasn't last year or the year before that either. A remarkable memory for a 6 year old!

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  6. If Mr. Coffee wasn't worried about his own mortality, he should be now. What does that child of yours have planned, anyway?

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  7. Goodness, how very James Bond. Was she stroking a white cat at the time?

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  8. I hope that she hasn't been counting the silver teaspoons in anticipation.

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  9. Littlest Latte should meet our Second Born. During his stubborn will-not-agree-to-do-anything phase (aged about 3) he was known in this house as Dr No.

    BTW, are you really nerdy enough to have sussed out our cat names?

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  10. Loth: Yes, she's nerdy enough. Trust me.

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