Things That I Learned From A Four Year Old in NYC.
“If you are ever in doubt, just remember that unlike adults, children want to be happy. They still have the ability to take the greatest pleasure in the simplest thing.” Amor Towles
She is not four. She is four and eight months. Clarification is always important.
When your pee is yellow, you are not drinking enough water.
Slime falling all over your body can be considered a good thing. (Sloomoo Institute)
A newspaper is something Grandpa has.
Bows can be as much fun the presents. Objects like bows and wrapping paper can stimulate your imagination. What can I do with this? How else can I use it? Meaningless items become valuable tools for thought processes.
Sometimes, it can be dark and interesting and not always dark and scary.
When you feel shy, you just need a friend to come with you and then it is fine.(FAO Schwartz)
A round building is even more fun than what is inside. (Guggenheim Museum)
If you walk up to a monster who is moving his arms, he might just be saying hello.
Being able to buy all the candy you want in a candy store is more fun than eating it. Retail therapy can be soothing to the soul. (Dylan’s Candy Store)
A square wheel can work on a tricycle if you change the ground it rides on. A new idea can change the way you think. (Museum of Mathematics)
A lollipop to one person is just as good as caviar to another on New Years Eve. (Nomad Hotel)