They make some good points.
I once asked my 7-year old-cousin to define confidence. Her answer was, "Confidence is ... confidence!" And no one was ever more right.
Kids have all the confidence in the world — and are way more right than most people think. Preschool teacher Leslie McCollom agrees.
After hearing pearls of tiny human wisdom every day, she started Preschool Gems to share the unfiltered insights of her students with the world.
They're a little absurd, but they make so much sense!
I looked through these morsels of preschooler wisdom from Preschool Gems, and here are the wise lessons they taught me.
1. Germs are OK.
2. Brokenness is part of being human.
Is this kid Yoda?
3. Life's a parade.
This tweet has guru status in my life.
4. Listen to your body, even if its signals are a little hazy.
It helps you when you're deciding what to eat or how much farther to run or whether you're really gonna move that couch all by yourself. Listening to your body! Yes.
5. The term "moms" isn't necessarily biological.
Mom first. Biology: afterthought.
6. Boundaries are important in relationships!
Speaking your mind and standing in your truth will only make life simpler.
7. It's important to find physical activity that works for YOU.
8. We must deal with the inevitability of death as part of life.
9. Fruits and vegetables deserve a deeper analysis.
10. We can — and do — contain multitudes!
This kid will not be confined to norms of toughness. He owns his myriad feelings with panache.