Evan has a toy airport and airplane. He loves to simulate the entire traveling experience. He checks luggage, loads the plane, and flies the passengers to the next airport, which is really just landing on the other side of the first airport.
I made him a ticket / boarding pass the other day. I stamped it with our return address stamp in order to make it official.
I told him I'd be traveling for work soon.
He asked if he could come, too. I said no.
He asked if I would have a ticket to give the airplane man. I said yes.
He ran into the other room and came back holding his ticket.
"Evan has a ticket! Evan give ticket to airplane man and ride airplane with Daddy?"
I'll be needing an extra ticket, Boss.
My precious cargo won't be in the overhead bin, he'll be with me.
When were you surprised by a child's request?