Voting, as Understood by a Four-Year-Old

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Where we goin’, Momma?
To vote.
What you say?
To vote. That means, um, that I am going to decide who gets to be our leader. Like our president.
What you say?
We’re going to a place so Momma can vote. So I can, um, decide who makes our rules.
Can I ride in it?
What?!
Can I ride in it?
Can you ride in what?
The vote.
What?!
Can I ride it? In the water?
What?! Ride the vote in water? What are you talking about?
Will it float? I ride it in the water?
Oh my gosh. Vote, not boat. Vote means that I can decide… Oh nevermind. Just come inside and get a sticker.

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  1. Pingback: Voting, As Understood By a Six-Year-Old | Okayest Mom

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