AA: Mommy, I have my field trip to Zenger Farms tomorrow.
AP: You need to dress warmly because it's going to be cold tomorrow. Wear something long-sleeved and wear your puffy coat.
AA: I have my new hot pink rubber boots to keep my feet dry!
AP: I'll pack you a lunch. Oh! And you have those gardening gloves I bought you this summer you can take.
AA: Gardening gloves…
AP: Yeah, gardening gloves. Trust me, you'll be glad you have them.
AA: Mom, why would I need gardening gloves?
AP: Beeeecause, it a vegetation farm where there are plants. You'll be planting seeds. Remember this is the first of three field trips there. Plant seeds, watch seeds grow?
AA: We are not planting seeds.
AP: Yes you are. Mr. Teacher-man said you guys were.
AA: [insert exasperated tone here] Mom, we're making beds there.
AP: I know. Flower beds.
AA: No Mom. We're learning to make beds there.
AP: Aries, you're making the beds to plant the seeds in.
AP: Like a vegetable garden. The area you plant the seeds in are called beds.
AA: [laughing hysterically] Oh my gosh, Mom, I thought they were taking us there to learn to make beds. Like beds people sleep in.
AP: Why would you think that? [other than you're Mom is a city girl and doesn't ever get your hands in the Earth]
AA: Well, there's that farm house there with all those solar panels and I thought there were probably a lot of beds in there.