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I’m the proud dad of two restless, intelligent and sensitive boys who provide me every day with many delicious anecdotes to share, and a beautiful perspective on life.

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Noisette

On the table next to us, the waitress bring a “noisette” (an espresso with a dash of hot milk). My 7-year old, outragely whispering:

Dad, you should say something. I think they’re lying to the poor lady who doesn’t know the difference between coffee and hazelnut!

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Jesus’ bathroom

When the kids talk about Jesus and God with each other (I would like to point out that we are not believers, but there is nothing disrespectful in these words), it helps us to understand what they are learning from the way they are being educated:

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Anesthesia

Question of the older one on what’s “surgery”. What it is, and what it’s for. So, I tried to explain….

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The hidden backpack

Today, boys in my 5-year-old son’s class stole his homemade rainbow backpack that they find “too feminine” to hide it in another class “where there are more girls”.

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Happy Meal’s toy

I’m taking my boy to McDonald’s. He takes a “Happy Meal for boys” and is offered a Transformers toy. He really loves the Transformers licence, but before he opens it, he realizes that the toy is very bad. So we exchange it for the “girl” toy, a “My Little Pony” figurine to comb that he likes instantly.

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In disguise

The youngest (5 years old) explains to the oldest (7) the hierarchy within the DC characters:

Well, of course Wonder Woman is the strongest. She’s a real superhero with real powers. Batman and Harley Queen, they’re just normal people in disguise.

Aren’t we all?

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The superhero technique

Tonight, the whole family goes to the restaurant. When we get home, I see my oldest going into the bathroom to change, but without his pajamas. He comes out ten seconds later, dressed for the night.

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Women

Children often ask questions about how babies are made and attractions with the same gender or opposite. Today is no exception, I receive a ton of questions.

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Book Worm

Quick talk with the little one. He wants to discuss what Santa Claus could bring to him on Christmas (yeah, quite a lot in advance).

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