Curiosity Is King… But Did My Kid Really Just Ask Me That?!

Kids ask a lot of silly questions.

3. Are Rainbows Plant Food?

"If plants need rain and sun to grow, and rainbows are made of light and water, are rainbows plant food?"
Image from Wikimedia Commons.

When a Reddit poster’s daughter asked if rainbows were plant food, at least she added some context, “If plants need rain and sun to grow, and rainbows are made of light and water, are rainbows plant food?” This child might have a bright future in science with such sound deductive reasoning.

4. Are You My Mom Or What?

Silly questions that kids ask from an X (Twitter) user.
Screen capture from Quora.

In a Quora post, user TotalPandarama posted a series of questions asked by her then-six-year-old stepdaughter. Our favorite selection is. “Are you my mom or what?” When it comes to blended families, the answer to this question might vary. In the case of this stepmom, we’re unsure how she answered.

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