Isn’t it amazing they continue to learn the things that we may not want them to learn and forget the things we want them to learn? lol
I was knitting in front of my grandchildren (3 & 1) and they were playing w/ their toys… the 3yr old wanted me to read a book, so I read to her while knitting.
After I left, my granddaughter, found some of my soninlaw’s knitting needles, and handed them to him, and said… “read like grandma…”
My daughter was lol so hard, she had to call me. Her husband had learned how to knit when his daughter was born, (He is 6’3", and a Marine MP) so he could knit her something. His daughter, now 3, wanted him to read, and thought he should read while knitting.
Now, he is “forced” to knit while reading since that is how it should be done.
So he is now knitting his son a blanket… and reading to his daughter. His only problem is his son, 1, wants to unwind the knitting every chance he can.
I love it…