Sunday, November 27, 2011

Things I learned at church today

Last night we got a phone call asking if we could substitute teach Max's Primary (Sunday school) class today because his regular teachers were sick.
I've heard it said that the person who teaches the lesson usually learns more than the ones being taught.
This is true, today I learned several interesting things from this group of six year olds.

Things I learned at church today

#1 Ashley's little sister likes to stick her hands in the toilet.
#2 Jeremy's little brother has eaten poop.
#3. Brinley's baby sister is turing one next week, and her mom is pregnant.


Mom of 12 said...

That's awesome...and disgusting.

Karen said...

You're lucky that's all you learned. 6 year olds are frighteningly honest.

just call me jo said...

And there you have in a nut shell why I refuse to accept a primary calling. Just can't do it...Look at the education you get.

Kristina P. said...

It's really too bad I was with nursery kids who couldn't talk much yet.

Melissa said...

I don't even want to know what my kids have or haven't said about our family at church!

Vern said...

The perfect age group for getting all the dirt on families!

mCat said...

I've never spent much time in Primary - always YW or *gasp* Gospel Doctrin teacher - but the few months I was there, I learned more about some families in our ward than I even care to.

I can't look some people in the eye anymore. Ever.

M said...

Your post reminds me of this post. So funny. So true.