Kids' endless questions can drive parents nuts, but are great learning tools
When Rochelle Rieck's 11-month-old son broke her niece's dress-up shoe, Rieck became the target of a dramatic inquisition.
"Why? Why would he do this to me?" the 4-year-old girl continued to ask.
Rieck, of Casselton, who also has a 3-year-old son, explained that her baby didn't know any better and he didn't mean to break the shoe.
But the questions continued until the next day when Rieck brought over a hot glue gun to fix the shoe.
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