Beyond the Books – Things I Miss About Being A Kid

Posted March 24, 2016 by Kathy in Discussion / 10 Comments

Beyond the Books is a weekly meme hosted by KissinBlueKaren.com which gives bloggers topics (mostly non-bookish) to discuss about. This is a fun way of learning more about each other. Check out her blog for the schedule of topics.

 

This week’s topic is:

The things I miss about being a kid

 

Here is what I miss about being a kid:

  • Being able to eat whatever I wanted and not having to worry about gaining weight (I had a fast metabolism when I was younger).
  • Having little responsibilities (only homework and chores) and not be relied upon as the main provider of the household.
  • No bills to pay.
  • Having someone drive me around.
  • All the vacations they get during the year, especially their long summer time off from school.
  • Wear whatever I want (even if they don’t match) and not worry what a boss would say
  • Getting away with making mistakes by saying “I didn’t know, I’m just a kid!”
  • How easy it was to make friends (by playing together)
  • My grandparents
  • Having someone do the cooking and grocery shopping
  • Being excited about birthdays (I stopped counting at 35).

 

Now it is your turn. What do you miss about being a kid?

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10 responses to “Beyond the Books – Things I Miss About Being A Kid

    • Kathy

      I miss that too! I think now that we are adults everyone is so busy and also cautions of strangers (which we should be). Thanks for stopping by!

    • Kathy

      When we were younger we didn’t have to worry about gaining weight and high blood pressure. Now I have to be really careful of what I eat lol.

  1. Ha ha great list! And so true… agree w/ all, but especially those long summer vacations, having all summer to play, and grandparents too. And food- it’s amazing the food we could burn though as a teenager LOL.

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  2. The not having to cook dinner completely slipped my mind until I saw it on Karen’s post. Ha ha. That is a major thing for me now, too. Having a long summer break was wonderful, I agree. 🙂

    • Kathy

      My family are picky eaters so I really hate cooking the meals!! Thanks for stopping by =)