Mei – “Mummy, why do we use arnica cream?”
Mummy – “It’s good for bruises, sweetie.”
Mei – “But why is it good for bruises?”
Mummy – “Errr, it just is.”
Unsatisfied with the answer, she looks it up in the Miranda Castro book The Complete Homeopathy Handbook: Safe and Effective Ways to Treat Fevers, Coughs, Colds and Sore Throats, and Childhood Ailments.
Six years old and already a Thinker…
~ Dragon Slayer
She is such a cutie! You are doing a great job DragonSlayer!
Good job, Mom!!! I too, raised a “but why” little girl. She now has a PHD in intracellular biology and is working with Dr William Frye to find some answers for our children with autism. She’s still saying “but why”
I lost my Castro book for months – and although I have a few apps and the internet. I really really REALLY missed it. I love your little thinkers and the fact that they don’t take what you say at face value! Good for them!
Thank you Goddess. I want my children to learn to think for themselves, a quality that my parents instilled in me too.
I love it! What an intelligent beautiful little girl:)
Thank you Jaime.
This is how my children find the right remedy for what ails them: http://www.abchomeopathy.com 🙂
Hi Liz, I use the ABC Remedy Finder tool as well. Sometimes it gets a bit complicated because it is so in-depth, so when I need a ‘quick find’ I use Ainsworth’s Remedy Finder http://www.ainsworths.com/index.php?node=__ARF&