We have a built-in wine rack in our kitchen. It has about 15 spaces in it and only 4-5 bottles of wine. My husband and I do occasionally enjoy a glass of wine, but it is rare that we do so in the presence of the children. Therefore, their understanding of alcoholic beverages is extremely limited.
I was quite surprised when K spontaneously pointed to the wine rack this morning and said: "Mama, what are those things?"
"Yes, you need to buy more of those things for all the spaces up there."
"Those are wine bottles and we don't really need anymore because we only drink it on very special occasions. We have plenty."
"Does special occasions mean weddings, Mama?"
"Yes, it can."
"I memember a story about Jesus and his friends makin' some wine at a wedding."
At this point P joined the conversation. "Weddings are special occasions because people go there to get some kids."
"After you go to your wedding God gives you your kids, right?"