One can no more think like a baby than one can think like a bee.
Rex Holloway, paraphrasing a statement in A High Wind in Jamaica : The Innocent Voyage (1932) by Richard Arthur Warren Hughes:
Truth will triumph. It always does. However, I figure truth is a variable, so we're right back where we started from.Lewis Padgett
We are dealing with madness. … All children are mad, from an adult viewpoint.Lewis Padgett
"'Babies of course are not human — they are animals, and have a very ancient and ramified culture, as cats have, and fishes, and even snakes; the same in kind as these, but much more complicated and vivid, since babies are, after all, one of the most developed species of the lower vertebrates. In short, babies have minds which work in terms and categories of their own which cannot be translated into the terms and categories of the human mind.'"Lewis Padgett
I looked through the looking glass Mommy. I looked through it. Just like Alice .Lewis Padgett