Mighty Life List
Feb 23 2012


Me: Is it a Brontosaurus?
Hank: Nooo.
Me: Is it a Stegosaurus?
Hank: No!
Me: Is it a Diplodocus?
Hank: No, Mooom! It’s a T-Rex!
Me: How do you know?
Hank: Because those other dinosaurs you named are herbivores.

13 Responses to “Science”

  • Liz @ Bella Vita Says:

    Duh mom! :) I love it when kids are into science. Wonderful!

  • Brandy Says:

    Also, microscopic arms.

  • Nic Says:

    well, c’mon. you had to know it wasn’t a stegosaurus!

  • Mariana Says:

    That’s a smart kid you got there. :)

  • Sarah Says:

    And that’s me speechless.

  • Jeff Says:

    Wow, how old is he?? Thats one smart kid you have there!!!

  • sdk Says:

    you must go watch the recent TED talk on dinosaurs! it will blow your (and your genius child’s) mind :)

  • Min Says:

    I heart Hank Mason

  • Sabrina Says:

    It’s such a fantastic color.

  • HG Says:

    Aw a little dinosaur geek. I’m working on turning my three girls into the biggest geeks I can (thank you Doctor Who). It will be my way to tamp down the dating in their teenage years ;)

  • Daniella Says:

    Yes I too have a 3.5 year old dinosaur scientist (if not a volcano or spaceship scientist – decision pending) and have taken to googling secretly on the side to find out which ones he is talking about. A good trick from the local toy shop owner is to use the Schlerich guide book as a way to identify the names (http://www.schleich-s.com/toys/prehistoric_animals/) love those dinosaurs!

  • Megan Says:

    Da-mn, kiddo! Sharp little fella.

  • Dina Says:

    Especially impressive because I think Brontosaurus and Diplodocus got renamed a while back….?