It's time for another episode of Grandkids Say the Darndest Things. This episode is brought to you from GrammiSue, whose granddaughter was featured in an earlier episode. Shortly after the Chinese New Year, she and her grandchildren were talking about the Chinese zodiac. The older grandchildren all knew what year they were born in--the year of the dragon, the year of the tiger, etc. Then the youngest granddaughter chimed in: "I was born in the year of the princess."
Recently another of GrammiSue's granddaughters had been studying George Washington and had learned about his false teeth. She told her grandmother what she had learned, and they discussed the invention of toothpaste and why it's important to brush one's teeth. Then the granddaughter asked GrammiSue, "Do you still have your own teeth, or do you have fossil teeth?"
Do your grandchildren say the darndest things?