Tuesday, September 7, 2004


brook was reading a book to me tonight and there was a word in it that she did not know, polliwogs. Wel she asked me what's a polliwog and I told her a baby frog. She said no, that is a tadpole. I got curious because it created a dought in my mind so I had to look it up. Yes, polliwogs and tadpoles are the same thing. The definition is polliwog is the larva of a frog or toad that has a rounded body and a long tail, breathes with gills and lives in water.   

There you go ladies and gentlemen, your science lesson for the day.


  1. See we do llearn from them Lori

  2. OMG havent heard that word in years....member that song polliwoggle doodle all day...well its stuck in my head now...Thanks Celeste! LOL

  3. Cool, I had no idea polliwog meant  baby frog.  I like that name better than tadpole anyway.

    Sammie  :)

  4. Now I learned a new word, lol! -Krissy

  5. My little one told me tonight that I was one of those grown ups who do not know everything! Okay.  She wants scientific answers and I attempt to answer them but apparently, it is not to her satisfaction.


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