Plus, you just have to go with the flow. Kids will want to do many different things, so you gotta be flexible with them!Aqua Soul said:I think I have a good idea what happened.
To keep the kindergartner occupied, I could let them watch my Super Mario Bros. 3 DVDs.
Still not sure what to do otherwise.
Thanks for the tip! See? I am so new to using forums!Aqua Soul said:Okay, thanks again NintendoQueen!
Oh, and another little tip; it's okay to double post in the "Post Here, Click Here" thread, but it's discouraged in other threads. If you want to change your previous post, you can use the modify button.
Well, I'm sure if you ask the parents also, they will let you know what their children can eat. And don't be afraid to ask the parents the questions you are asking us!Aqua Soul said:
Dude, I doubt they're gonna like Sopngebob. They're little kids. The newer episodes are all mediocore. Plus, I'm not so sure it's really appropriate for children anymore (or if it was appropriate in the first place).Mason said:My last tip is to find something you see they like (and that you know a lot about) and talk about it.
In my experience: "Wow you like Spongebob!?"