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  • alex gabriel

    Fav part of teaching first grade Sunday school.

  • Faith Archambault

    ecards - I work with children, so I know what you did last night and so does the rest of the class.

  • Alexis Hernandez

    True story! Parents watch out, kids tell it alllllll!! I've heard some pretty crazy stories since working with children.

  • SiMona CarDenas

    So true!! Sunday school kids.

  • Donna Fast

    Watch out, parents. Everything comes out during circle time. Or when a kid at the class party tells me "one time, I kicked my dad in the wiener and he had to get stitches!" Still can't look that guy in the face.

  • Kaitlin Morgan

    Hahahaha!! So true, gotta love the funny stuff kids tell me!!

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