Little Tommy is always getting into stuff that he does not understand and every time he gets verbally scolded he needs to know why. He spends a lot of time with his Grammie and she is charged with teaching him lessons. Sometimes he can learn and remember and sometimes he just does not get it. Other times he figures out a way to make the answers that he receives work to his advantage. Now the girls are getting in on the act. Little Tommy's sister Kailee and cousin Tamaya join the interrogation and the questions come fast and furiously as Grammie tries to give good answers.
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I run into this problem at bed time with my grandchildren more often than not. They seem to believe that if they take time to rest that they will miss events. The kiddies are correct but usually it does not affect them so why should it matter. Why does night, night become a long drawn out salutation and not an action these days escapes me?
Why Grammie, Why?
It is nearly time for bed as Grammie has given Little Tommy his bath for the night. She tells him that he has to go night night and Little Tommy says that he is not ready to sleep.