So I was listening to the radio on the way in to work this morning, and an ad came on. It went something like this:
"The thing about kids is they really try to pry into the deeper questions. First it's "why is the sky black at night?" then I find myself trying to explain stars, and then black holes... yuck. Then I remembered movies. The thing about movies is that kids don't ask questions when they're watching a movie. That's why I bought a Saturn..."
Yeah, that's the way to proactively raise your kids. Let Disney take care of it, I'm sure they'll do a great job.