Jack's class visited the Fire Safety Village yesterday.
Aside from being educational for the whole family (yes, we now have a sound fire escape plan) it provided loads of entertainment as Jack recounted the day's events that evening.
First, Jack demonstrated the Heimlich maneuver.
He did save Dad from chocking, however, if his hands had been about 2 inches lower, I think there would have been a whole other set of issues.
We also practiced stop, drop, and roll. It's safe to say my children have rolling around on the ground down pat.
Then there's stranger danger. (I understand this is a serious subject, and we have taken steps to ensure our children are aware of what do to around strangers. However, sometimes what they say is just downright funny.)
First Jack informed us what he would do if a stranger grabbed his arm; he would pull away.
Alex asked him if he would say anything while he was pulling away.
"Yes," Jack replied, "I would say [and he makes grunting sounds like he's trying to pull away from someone]."
"Anything else?" asks Alex.
"Oh yeah," says Jack, "I probably just say 'NO STRANGER NO STRANGER!'"
On to the next scenario.
Me: Jack, what would happen if a stranger offered you candy to help him find something in the grocery store or something?
Jack: I would yell NO, STRANGER!
And the clincher...brought to you by Melody.
Jack, again, demonstrating how to pull away from a stranger and how to a kick a stranger.
Alex says, "Ok, guys, if a stranger is pulling at you and you have to kick him, kick him right here."
(I'm sure you can guess where he pointed...)
Melody looks at him and says, "So, basically, you want us to kick strangers in the nuts?"