Now I've Seen Everything
Now I've Seen Everything

18 Kids Who Deserve an Award for Thinking Outside the Box

It sometimes seems as if children live in a world of their own and have a separate way of thinking that has nothing to do with the thought process of adults. But scientists say there’s some truth in this — for example, in kids’ imaginations, everything around them is animated. This means that they imagine different objects to have a life somewhat similar to theirs, and this gives the unlimited potential for imagination.

We at Now I’ve Seen Everything found these pics of children who have brilliant (in their own unique way) ideas.

1. ’’This is my 3-year-old cleaning his potty with my toothbrush.’’

2. “This is our daughter’s way of letting us know she woke up from her nap.”

3. ’’My dad told my son to get ready for a bedtime story adventure, so he grabbed his warm hat and a flashlight.’’

4. “Demanded cereal on a plate...with a fork.”

5. ’’I told our kid to go put the pizza costume back where it belongs.’’

6. ’’My nephew wanted a portrait of George Washington. Thank goodness he didn’t want a portrait of Ben Franklin.’’

7. ’’My friend’s daughter had ’crazy hair day’ at school today.’’

8. “My little sister vs the Roomba”

9. ’’She wanted to take a bath.’’

10. ’’The way my daughter ’locked up’ her brand new bike’’

11. “My 2-year-old hiding from us”

12. A new way of sleeping

13. ’’I told my 5-year-old son that if he could blow it up, he could jump on it.’’

14. ’’I told my 2-year-old to put her shoes by the front door.’’

15. ’’How my son eats his pizza’’

16. “My 3-year-old took a bite out of the toilet paper roll.”

17. ’’I had a sneezing attack and my daughter made me a ’potion’ to feel better.’’

18. “We got a $150 pool, but he prefers a paint bucket.”

Which one of these could you relate to the most? Do you think it’s a pity that we lose a part of our quirky mind and innocent imagination as we grow older?

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