6 Things I’ve Learned About Dating and Marriage From Pre-Schoolers

16 Jun

6) When a girl starts feeling hopeless she will cry. A lot.

5) No boy will go out with such a girl no matter how hard you beg him to.

4) There are more girls looking to get married than boys.

3) Polygamy is not an option.

2) No one likes being the single one.

And yet…

1) Young love is cute 🙂

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6 Responses to “6 Things I’ve Learned About Dating and Marriage From Pre-Schoolers”

  1. harryer than them all June 16, 2010 at 6:41 pm #

    im liking #5 and 6 a lot!

  2. coralcap June 16, 2010 at 9:20 pm #

    And the thing is, 5 and 6 are SO true, even with 4 year olds. I had a girl in my class who was literally bawling b/c there was no one in the class for her to marry (this is how my students decided to use their free play time). There were more girls than boys in class, leaving her as one of the single girls (why does this sound familiar?). She was crying for a really long time, so I pulled one of the boys aside and asked him if he’d marry her, just to make her feel better and he immediately said no. He didn’t have to think about it; just no. Of course, this made her cry even louder and we were back at square one…

    Working with kids definitely puts helps me put things in perspective.

  3. feivelbenmishael June 17, 2010 at 12:17 am #

    You should have said her fathers gives candy freely!

  4. Shades of Grey June 21, 2010 at 3:34 pm #

    very cute!

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