Mother May I? - The New Yorker

by ParentCo. February 16, 2015

“If you actually wanted your child to be kidnapped, how long would you have to keep him outside for him to be abducted by a stranger?” A week? She shook her head. “Seven hundred and fifty thousand years.” via Mother May I? - The New Yorker.


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