Curious kids need to be tough inside.
I couldn’t agree more.
Often, I come home from work hearing horror stories about how my four year old had caught a moth, a dragonfly or any other equally creepy crawlies and house them into plastic bottles. As I pleaded to him to let them go, he pleaded to keep them as pets, so he can see them grow. Once, he swapped an unsuspecting lizard from the wall within his reach with a rotan (Malay: cane) and promptly caught it with his bare hands, just to feel its cold squishy body. What worries me as well is I can see that his little 2 year old sister is closely following suit! Just the other day she squeezed a raw egg broken because she thought she could find a fluffy chick inside!
Kids are naturally curious... it's a process of learning. However, the thoughts of my kids exposing themselves to multitude of bacteria deeply concerned me. Are my kids tough enough inside to fight those nasty bacteria?
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