1.You asked the receptionist at the dentist’s office where the bathroom is because you have to go potty.
2.You’ve been coughed on, bled on, threw up on, and probably at some point peed or pooped on, but won’t admit it.
3.Had boogers in your hair and even though your grossed out, you know they came from the sweet little girl who kept smoothing your hair that day and she know she didn't mean to be rude.
4.Been proposed to by toddlers.
5.Been hugged so hard and cried on that you too felt your heart might also burst.
6.You amaze others when you understand the garble speech of infants and toddlers even though there are no Early Childhood courses for this skill.
7.You have personally met or seen Santa, the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny, Mother Goose, and have a recipe for golden vegetable stew from a real Leprechaun.
8.You can talk to stuffed animals and pets and translate their words to preschoolers because you’re pure in heart.
9.When you have to run to the store in the middle of the day on your break and are complimented on your great costume and you think what costume?
10.You’ve learned that when a child walks up to you with his hand closed and says, “This is for you,” You say, “Open it, before you accept his gift.”
11.When you’re in a department store and you hear a child upset and crying and you physically have to restrain yourself from going over to help calm the child down and explain to the parent why the child is upset.
12.When the love and joy that is freely given to you is worth more than what anyone could pay you and your good with it.
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