Our baby, not quite three years old, stumbled and hit his head on the corner of the door. His little sister, of seven years, who was standing in the window, said: "You're all right. Error cant hurt you; can it, Robbie?" "No," came the quick response. "Me all yight!" And he continued his play, and in a few moments forgot all about his little mishap. When his mamma came in, the little sister told her about it. "Did it leave a mark?" asked her mother. "No," said the child. "It couldn't. It was error; so it never happened."
The little folks are far more Scientific than their mammas.
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