Monday, May 3, 2010

Having Eyes in the Back of Our Head

Children everywhere are convinced that their Mamas do indeed have eyes in the backs of their heads. We see our children do things that should be impossible to see. We can catch them in the act and call them on it--all with our backs turned to them.


So is it a myth, or do these wonderful assets actually exist? Mamas will never tell. But we will see.

Question for you: Do your children believe you have eyes in the back of your head? Share your favorite story concerning their powers.


1 comment:

singlemom1 said...

My students are convinced I can see and hear all. I see most of what they do out of the corner of my eye, and I hear everything because at 11 years old they still don't know how to whisper. I also know them so well from having them for two years that I already know who is whistling, who is passing notes, and who is drumming on their desks. They are amazed when I call them out on it personally, and they actually stop. I'll have to see if I'm think good with my own child. :)