Dialogue with Zoe: About Traditions

– Zoe, today we’re going to the Book Fair! I’m happy because it’s one of my favorite traditions.

– What’s a tradition?

– A tradition is something you do regularly, like once a year, and it makes you happy. For example, every year we go to the Book Fair. That’s a tradition. Or, every year we go to Buenos Aires to visit our family. That’s a tradition. Or every Sunday we go to church..

– But that’s not every year.

– You’re right. But a tradition can be every week, like every Friday we have sushi, or a tradition can be something you do every day. For example, every night we read a book, then we pray, then daddy gives you a kiss and then you go to sleep. That’s a tradition. Can you think of a tradition?

Zoe thinks.

– Mommy, every morning I wake up and I go to the bathroom and I go pipi. That’s a tradition!

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About Guadalupe

Mom of a 24 week beautiful girl who is now 5 years old. Love spending time with the family, reading and writing. In a nutshell... "Above all things guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life." Proverbs 4:23
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2 Responses to Dialogue with Zoe: About Traditions

  1. margarita Gallo says:

    Que belleza su razonamiento!!! Hasta me imagino la carita que puso cuando lo dijo!!

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