I just can't help myself--the inner workings of the four-year-old mind are so funny!
Scene: At the doctor's office, the nurse prepares for vaccination.
Son: (desperate for anything that will distract the doctor from giving the order) So, where do you keep the leeches? I mean, I know they grow them on a leech farm, but how do you store them here in the office?
Scene: On the way home from a consignment sale, where Mom has bought various breastfeeding supplies.
Son: So, you're going to have to do that several times a day? Won't that take up a lot of time?
Mom: Yes, but I'm glad to do it because it is super-power-food for the baby.
Son: (sits quietly for several minutes. I can almost hear the gears turning in his head.) Well, if you bought me some supplies, I think I could make you some kind of squeezer, attached to tubes. The tubes would connect to a bottle for collection. Kind of like something they have at a dairy. That should help.
Note: recent field trips have not included either a dairy or a leech farm, much to his disappointment.