I was having a conversation with my daughter over dinner the other night that took a funny turn.
"Were you ever a baby like Drew," I asked her, curious of her answer.
"Yes. I was a baby. Now I a big girl," she said. Then she continued the conversation, taking it in a direction I never imagined. "And I wore CI and CI hat like Drew, when I was a baby."
I sat looking at her, thinking about the innocence in her answer and began to smile. She was so sweet and really thought that she used to wear a CI, a hat like Drew and that all babies apparently wear CI's, and then out grow them!
So, we had a conversation about how she never needed a CI because she could always hear with her ears, that Drew's ears did not work and that Drew will have to wear a CI when he is her size and even bigger. I wish everyone had the innocence of a child.