He attends a church-based day care 5 days/wk, and also attends a different church with his family every Sunday. He brought his mother's helper and came to play for a while with DS tonight, and out of the blue, casually tells us all "God is dead." He sounded quite happy about it, too. Obviously, school covered Good Friday today. His mother's helper (he's 13) got horribly nervous and kept telling him to stop saying it, that it was bad. This confused the little boy. Helper kept glancing at me, I think expecting me to get mad about it or about this conversation happening in front of DS. He finally got him to stop saying it, but I could tell the little boy really didn't understand what the fuss was.
When you take your young child(ren) to church and begin teaching them young, do situations like this even cross your mind?
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That's cute, He's five that's what he understood. I feel bad for the mothers helper he is young and didn't know what he should be doing.
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