Grandchildren: Little pitchers have big ears!
|Prov. Children like to listen to adult conversations and |
can understand a lot of what they hear. Remember, "Little pitchers have big ears."
(Used to warn another adult not to talk about
something because there is a child present.)
I am heading home in a few days and we will be spending some time with her. I hope that her first big sentence is not something I have said because it probably would not be good. She is the 9th grandchild I have been around from the time they were born. Everyone of them picked up something from me that was less than perfect.
I am often reminded by my children that "little pitchers have big ears". What about you? How is that grandparenting going?