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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Seesaws and false advertising

I was driving with the boys yesterday. As we approached a neighborhood park, "the blue park," Mo sighs loudly from the backseat.

"Mom!"



"Yeah?"



"There's no seesaw at the blue park!" he says definitively.



I nod in agreement. "Yes, Honey, I know." Trying to follow his train of thought, I added, "They don't have a fire pole either." Because right now, he just loves fire poles.



"But MOM!" he says, getting angry.



"What?"



"The sign says there's a seesaw at that park. And I KNOW there's not a seesaw at the blue park!" he fumed.



Confused and trying to placate him, I simply agreed. "OK. You're right." And then I quickly changed the subject.



But on the drive back home, I figured it out. And I realized I should have taken little Mo a bit more seriously. He's a smart little bugger. And a very deep thinker.



About a block before the park - the blue park that contains absolutely NO seesaw - here's what I saw, what Mo must have seen, too: