Kids and honesty

Recently there came a study which said that children who were good liars at age 2 would grow to become successful adults.

I, for one, wonders who on earth conducts this research, why they have to research stuff like this in the first place and what the excuse for spending so much when the world is in such economic turmoil is.


My point.

Harry’s workbook asked the question, “Name a time you were honest.”.

Harry’s answer: “I was honest when I said Cait was ugly.”.

So there you go.

Isn’t the love between siblings great?


2 thoughts on “Kids and honesty

  1. well…at least it was said honestly:) as for liars,hm… it was an interesting point of view

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