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Poll: My kid was the most fun at age:
  • 5.6% - Infant (0-12 months) 34
  • 18% - Tot (1-3 years) 110
  • 15.5% - Preschool (4-5 years) 95
  • 11.9% - Big kid (6-10 years) 73
  • 1.6% - Pre-teen (11-12 years) 10
  • 3.4% - Teen (13-19 years) 21
  • 8.5% - Adult (20+ years) 52
  • 35.4% - My kid has been fun every step of the way 216
611 votes

Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist? Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed. For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?

vincentvega


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The answer to "when was your kid the MOST fun?" can't be "they were always fun". They could have always been fun and you could still have a favorite age range. Pick an answer. If you don't know then don't play.

ChronoSquall14


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He's four now. I'll let you know when I have more experience to draw from, as each age has been both fun and terrible for different reasons.

janse


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Where is the never option?

dontwantaname


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I like kindergarten.
I liked it when I went.
I liked it when my kids went.
I liked volunteering in kindergarten.

Conversation between kindergarten teacher and two kids at the beginning of the year.
Kid A had older siblings and was completely comfortable with the school building.
Kid B was new to the school.

Task: going to the lunchroom to get the milk for snack time. Stop at the office to drop off a note.

Teacher asks kid A if he knows where the office is. Yes.
Teacher give note to kid B.
They take the milk cart and leave.

15 or 20 minutes later they return with the milk and the note.

Teacher to kid B. Why do you still have the note?
Kid B, I don't know where the office is.

Teacher to kid A Do you know where the office is

Kid A yes

Teacher Can you show kid B where the office is?

Kid A. No, he doesn't know where the offfice is.

Teacher , but you know where the office is. Can't you show him

Kid A, no, he doesn't know where the office is.

Now I'm thinking, this conversation has no end.

Teacher tries a few more times. I'm trying not to burst out laughing.

Teacher takes the note from kid B's hand. Gives it to kid A.

Teacher: Can you bring this to the office?

Kid A. Sure

Teacher Take kid B with you and show him where the office is.

Kid A OK

kid a and b leave for the office.



The teacher didn't think this was at all funny.



WE LURV YOU TOO! Dork!!!
No greater love is lost than that not shared.

losbradley


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dontwantaname wrote:I like kindergarten.
I liked it when I went.
I liked it when my kids went.
I liked volunteering in kindergarten.

Conversation between kindergarten teacher and two kids at the beginning of the year.
Kid A had older siblings and was completely comfortable with the school building.
Kid B was new to the school.

Task: going to the lunchroom to get the milk for snack time. Stop at the office to drop off a note.

Teacher asks kid A if he knows where the office is. Yes.
Teacher give note to kid B.
They take the milk cart and leave.

15 or 20 minutes later they return with the milk and the note.

Teacher to kid B. Why do you still have the note?
Kid B, I don't know where the office is.

Teacher to kid A Do you know where the office is

Kid A yes

Teacher Can you show kid B where the office is?

Kid A. No, he doesn't know where the offfice is.

Teacher , but you know where the office is. Can't you show him

Kid A, no, he doesn't know where the office is.

Now I'm thinking, this conversation has no end.

Teacher tries a few more times. I'm trying not to burst out laughing.

Teacher takes the note from kid B's hand. Gives it to kid A.

Teacher: Can you bring this to the office?

Kid A. Sure

Teacher Take kid B with you and show him where the office is.

Kid A OK

kid a and b leave for the office.



The teacher didn't think this was at all funny.



That's hilarious. My oldest is 7 and my 2nd is in Kindergarten. I'm pretty happy with where they're at. My 4 year-old and 21 month old are driving me batty but are just going to get better and better as the days go by. Fun times!