By Charlotte Hilton Andersen, REDBOOK
Ever looked at your child bouncing around the room and sighed, "I wish I had that kind of energy!" Well, boundless energy isn't the only enviable super power that kids are born with.
1. The power to sleep anywhere anytime. Not only can my toddler fall asleep sitting up in her car seat surrounded by her screaming brothers, I've found my boys asleep inside a laundry basket, upright at the dinner table with a chicken leg clenched in his teeth and, most memorably, with his legs on his bookshelf and his head on his bed. Yes, that means his body was hanging in midair.
2. Sturdy bones. I shudder remembering all the times I've seen one of my children trip, fall, tip over or roll down a flight of stairs. Thankfully they nearly always bounce right back up as if nothing happened. The one time my son needed stitches it was from standing next to the corner of a stair rail and bonkingRead More »from 10 Superpowers Kids Have (And Adults Wish We Had)