A child plays “Olympics” — we adults could learn a lot

My seven year old is home sick today, and since I am trying to keep the tv off for at least part of this sick day, he gathered up his stuffies (stuffed animals to you non-parents) to play Olympics.

First, he put his two mascots into his slippers and said they were doing the luge.

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Then he put them into daddy’s slippers and they were bobsledders. (Sorry it’s a bit blurry. They were moving too fast for a good photo.)

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Then he built his own sliding track. Note how safe it is. His track has lots of spectators, but they all have a great view of the whole track.

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Here are the athletes in the dressing room.

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Here are the spectators lining up to get in.

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Here are two spectators trading Olympic pins.

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Through the eyes of a child, I give you the Playroom Sliding Centre. Go Canada Go!

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