I received an early Christmas gift! The norovirus! Lulu came down with it earlier this week, and I’ve become the next casualty in our household. It’s unpleasant, to say the least, but fortunately doesn’t linger for more than a couple of days.
Anyway, until my brain shut down last night, the kids and I were crafting some “ridiculous riddles” for Christmas. Below are a few that you and your children might enjoy, too. (Note: Since Lulu and Roy are still true believers in Santa Claus, I didn’t share the first riddle with them. They’d probably find it more traumatic than amusing.)
If you’re unfamiliar with my ridiculous riddles, you might view those posts first or click open the box below for more information on the serious merits of this silly strategy.
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You’ll find my growing collection of “ridiculous riddles” right here.
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Your Christmas riddles were my favorite! So funny! I love it! I think my son wouldn’t understand riddles yet, but I would give this a try too when he turned 3, I think! I hope I could craft funny riddles just like you!
Raira, thanks! I’m happy to hear you liked my riddles! And I hope your son will like them, too, when he’s older!