Not long after that, one of the adults asked if anyone could define "suspension of disbelief". One of the boys raised his hand high. "Willing suspension of disbelief is when you are in the audience of a play and something absolutely impossible happens, but you want to believe it could happen anyway so you just sort of go "eh!""
And - the one that made my life worth living this week - one of the older boys was complaining he's starting to lose his voice, so I was kidding around with him "You know that's not allowed. We open next week. You lose your voice and I'll kick your butt...and I have long legs, i can kick all day." And one of the little kids came running up to me "If your legs get short, can I help?!?"