Childhood

September 7, 2013

Since birth he’d known he was the most important person in the world. Well, that’s what his parents had taught him, and he behaved accordingly. But when he started school he had to learn how to politely gain the attention of his teacher. No longer was a supermarket-style tantrum acceptable.

Childhood

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9 Responses to “Childhood”

  1. LindaGHill said

    Oh, the supermarket-style tantrum. They’re the best.

  2. ianhayhurst said

    Three days back and ‘inspiration’ strikes already 😉 someone not a million miles from me described a similar situation. I guess it happens through the land in the first few days of September.

    • Amanda Law said

      I must stress that I had no particular child in mind when I wrote this, it was just based on past experience. Bless their little cotton school socks!

  3. kirkykoo79 said

    Looking forward to that lesson!

    • Amanda Law said

      School’s so good for them – aside from Maths and Literacy and so on, the social skills they learn are many. They learn fast too, out of necessity. Bless them!

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