Peripheral Learning

My youngest son is three years old and when something is empty, e.g. the ice cream or the breakfast cereals, he basically says: “all gone”.

It is so cute, we love it.

This morning after his first bowl of cereal, he said: “We have no cereal anymore”. I looked up, smiled and realized that he picked that up at nursery school, which he is attending for a week now.

Exposure to different people led to a massive improvement of his speaking skills. It was not a “speaking” school, just other kids of his age, that have parents different than his parents.

I like that.

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