When they're little, they think grown-ups can do anything. Behold the encounter that took place in the hallway of my house. I was on my way to the laundry room when my six-year-old stopped me and asked:
I was like, "What? No! Help me with these clothes!"
She frowned and picked up a few socks.
Later, I thought about her question. And I thought: How awesome would it be if we could do everything kids thought we could do?
I can tell you one thing: our encounter in the hallway would have been very, very different.