On the way to the store, I asked my middle daughter, who is 4, to stop running so far ahead of me. I once again informed her that it was dangerous to get too far ahead of mommy by running so fast. "You need to come back here and hold the buggy please and stay right by mommy, now." Now, understand, please that I was behind the child --walking. Still, she replied, "But mom, I can't go that fast!"
What?! So, said child can run quickly in front of mommy, but can't walk beside her because mommy is too fast?! On second thought, after figuring out how to communicate this story, dear readers, I think I might need the logic curriculum myself!