The Minnesota Farm Woman

by Chris Quaal Vinson

Strange Bedfellows

It was Camp Grandma this weekend, and Grandma needs a nap. Four-year-olds are easier to babysit than three-year-olds, I must admit. They like ice cream and reading books and watching cartoons. Although they are capable of reasonable thinking, it is sometimes futile to try to reason with them. That isn’t what made me tired, though. It wasn’t the dozens of books we read, (actually, it was the same five books we read over and over and over again), or the hours of pretending and role playing.The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.

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