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Here’s an interesting story from,

Newborns really are innocent. A new study reveals that kids learn to lie and distrust by the time they’re age seven. University of Minnesota researchers studied 69 kids between the ages of three and nine. They found kids were able to infer what others were thinking, and strategize using that information when they were between the ages of six and seven. Additionally, kids at that age figure out that they don’t have to trust others or be truthful themselves. The experiments even showed that the strategic thinking of a 6.5 year old can be almost as sophisticated as an adult’s thinking. (Newser)

WOW!  We as adults need to be very careful of what we say and do around this kids.  They’re so impressionable.