"...so how does that happen?"
That was my question at lunch.
A student told one of my co-workers that his dad was picking him up today. The boy then pauses and says, "But I don't know why he's my dad... Our car broke down and we stopped at his house to ask for his help ...and we started living there...so now he's my dad."
I know to take what kids say with a grain of salt sometimes...but, normally, interlaced in all those grains is a speck of truth.
So how exactly does that happen?
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