Walking Part II

It’s been a little over a year since I last posted questions that the boys have been asking. I thought I would post another list of questions that our inquisitive boys have been asking as we walk to school, church and everywhere in between.

  1. What is that smell?
  2. Why are they taking a bath outside?
  3. Why are they carrying that basket on their head?
  4. How do they carry that on their head without it falling off?
  5. Are we going to walk or take a taxi?
  6. Can we go to the English speaking church?
  7. Why doesn’t Sophie live with us?
  8. Why does Sophie only speak French?
  9. When is it going to stop raining?
  10. Can we go get a chicken to eat?
  11. Why do mosquitoes sting us?
  12. Why do we have to take anti mosquito medicine?
  13. Why did God make mosquitoes?
  14. When are we going to go home to France?
  15. Does Santa know we moved to Cameroon?
  16. How can Santa get here since there is no snow for his sleigh?
  17. Where do all the ants come from?
  18. Is that the biggest bug you have ever seen?
  19. What kind of snake is that?
  20. Can you tuck in my mosquitoes net?
  21. Why did you wave at them?
  22. Does this rhyme?
  23. How does the lizard craw on the screen?
  24. Why does the power go out?
  25. Why does the water get shut off?
  26. Why do people have mean dogs?
  27. Why do we have to make milk?
  28. What are termites?
  29. Can I play with that coconut; it’s only a little one?
  30. Why do we compost, it stinks down there?
  31. What are they cooking?
  32. Why is there people’s hair on the road?
  33. Why doesn’t Daddy leave his shoes outside?
  34. Why does the little boy have braces on his legs? Why doesn’t he get to go to school?
  35. Why don’t all the children get to go to school?

Love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you today are to be upon your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Deuteronomy 6:5-7

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3 Responses to Walking Part II

  1. Pop-Pop says:

    Some questions have no immediate answers. Tell the boys to keep asking them, though. It is in seeking answers to questions that we find truth. We continue to pray for you all as you help not only your sons, but others, find the way, truth and life in Jesus.

  2. Lisa says:

    Your boys are precious! Love this list! I have wondered myself about #13 🙂 Blessing to you and the boys!

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