I’m used to getting asked question after question all day by 4 year old Z, but every now and then he asks something that leaves me completely stuck for an answer.
Since he learned about some children in Africa not having much food he has been quite concerned about them. We sent some money in for seeds and he seemed a bit happier thinking that would help. He has also been quite worried about the children we made the shoebox for, as part of Operation Christmas Child. The two things must have been troubling him and got a bit mixed up as last week he asked:
“Mummy, if Father Christmas takes presents to everyone, why do I get lots and children in Africa don’t get many?”
I really didn’t know what to say, does anyone have any ideas in case he asks again?
If you know why the sky is so high or how a rocket works that would be really helpful too!
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