Jessie: Taylah's* mum lost her license but she's still driving.
.....- shocked silence -.....
Me: How on earth do you know that?
Jessie, nonchalantly: Taylah did it for Show & Tell.
* Name changed to protect the ... guilty, apparently.
It could be unwise to give five- and six-year-olds too much of a soapbox.
Jessie came home one day with some great ideas for her Christmas List. She'd seen Buzz' list which included all sorts of spy gadgets, Harry Potter magic sets and, interestingly, and owl. But she wasn't inspired to compile her own Christmas list until she realised that Show & Tell - JOLLY Show & Tell - was a great opportunity to see what the Haves had, and what she did not.
This poor little Have-Not decided that she would ask for a Lalaloopsy doll.
A Lalaloopsy Doll!
Lah - lah - loop - see.
I thought, "Okay, I guess I can at least research it," and Mister Google supplied me with some really frightening images:
But what about you? Has Show & Tell ever proved to be the best viral marketing for you or a child you know? Or worse, do you have a story about something being disclosed during Show and Tell? Spill.