I was putting in my contacts this morning and Ian came into the bathroom.
“Claudia’s sad.” he said.
This was obvious to me, as I could hear her screaming from the living room. She had been sccreaming on and off all morning, so I wasn’t too worried about her being hurt. She was just in a really bad mood. I asked anyway “Why is she sad?”
“Because” (this may currently be Ian’s favorite word) and this is where the conversation gets confusing “this hexagon is red”.
Yes. My two year old just told me that his twin sister was sad because his hexagon was red. Now, you should know that he was indeed holding a red hexagon. I was impressed that he got it right. On the other hand how does the redness of a shape make someone sad? The boy makes no sense.