So my husband and 4-year-old daughter are out and she spots a PINK wedding dress in a store window display and starts freaking out. She actually starts crying because she wants it so badly. My husband explains that it's a wedding dress and is made for an adult but when she grows up she can find the dress she wants.
Between sobs, she says, "I know that's the dress I want, I know it."
So then my husband tries explaining that we can't always get everything we want no matter how badly we may want it. "For example," he says. "I really want a Porsche and I'll probably never get one because they're too expensive."
"What's a Porsche?" she asks.
"A very expensive car and it costs a lot of money so I'll probably never own one."
Then our daughter says, "Well why don't you call your Mommy and ask her to buy one for you?"
(Grandma, if the phone rings, I wouldn't answer it).