Find Out What Your Kid is Thinking—Only Costs 10 Cents

After a visit to the candy store, James shares his secrets with his daddy at the urban wishing well.

Eureka! I’ve figured out that the best way to learn what’s on your child’s mind is to take him to a lovely water fountain and give him ten pennies. Last night I learned that my 4 year-old son would like a dog, to be allowed to play outside when it’s really late, to go on another trip, for everyone to always be nice to each other, for it to be Christmas every day, a bunch of other things I can’t remember and a baby sister. Gulp!

What are your favourite getting-kids-to-spill-the-beans tips and tricks?
—Jen Reynolds, CF’s editor-in-chief

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