The other morning, I noticed that Kaitlyn walked into school, after I dropped her off, with her friend Wyatt. From what I understand, they look forward to seeing each other in school, and that is fine by me (for now!).
When I got home, I decided to have a little fun with Kaitlyn, so I asked her about her walking in with him.
“I saw you walking in to school with Wyatt this morning. Were you guys holding hands?” I asked. She rolled her eyes at me, and said, “No!” I figured that at this point, I may as well keep going with my questions, so I asked her what they were talking about.
She said, “I told him there was a 40 percent chance of rain today.” “And what did he say to you?” I asked her. “He said, ‘ok,'” she told me.
So there you have it, the deep conversations of second graders. They don’t talk about what is going on in school or upcoming birthday parties or football games; they apparently talk about the weather.