Tuesday, 9 November 2010

World's greatest mysteries

Growing up, we used to have this book about unsolved mysteries. I loved reading it.
It had all sorts of weird events like raining birds or frogs, spontaneous combustion, people raised by wolves, people waking up and suddenly speaking a foreign language fluently, UFOs and alien abductions, the Bermuda triangle, etc. Last night, as we had yet another unsettled night with the girls, I realised that I could write a book of great unsolved mysteries based solely on my girls.

Here are some of the chapters that would need to be included:

* Sleeping through the night – only to be done when your sister doesn't sleep through, ensuring mum doesn't get to sleep, ever.

* Making mess in multiple rooms simultaneously.

* Loving a meal one night, hating it the next.

* Fighting with your sister and sticking up for her at the same time.


* Getting angry about something, you just don't know what it is.


* Having texta on a least one body part at all times.


* Absolutely needing right this minute whatever your sister has in her hand.


* Getting food on the back of your head at every meal time.




Forget Russia, young kids really are a riddle, wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.

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