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mailonline-23-10-19

MAIL ONLINE, OCTOBER 23, 2019
COVERAGE FOR MUNCHKIN

Parents are being asked nearly 10,000 questions a year by their children – equal to 27 every DAY – poll reveals

  • Children are asking their parents the equivalent of 27 questions a day, poll finds
  • Three quarters polled said they often didn’t know enough to answer questions
  • Parents say ‘why can’t I stay up as late as you?’ is one of the hardest to explain

Parents are asked nearly 10,000 questions a year by their children – equal to 27 a day – a new poll has found.

Mums and dads said the ten hardest queries posed by kids aged five to 11 included: ‘where do babies come from?’, ‘why can’t I stay up as late as you?’ and ‘why do I have to do what you tell me?’

Three-quarters of the 1,500 parents surveyed said they often didn’t have enough general knowledge to answer questions.

Baby product company Munchkin, which conducted the poll, said: ‘It shows how naturally curious kids are about the world.’