Charlotte is a very curious child, she loves learning about things which is lovely to watch. Another adorable thing is that she is actually quite shy, but she literally can't help but going up to people and talking to them because she's so curious to know about things. And she loves big-sistering Ben and Emily, it's like watching some Enid Blyton story. Ben makes me laugh a lot, he's very much the goofy type and loves to monkey around. He's very much into football which reminds me of myself when I was little, which I of course love, and whenever he gets caught breaking something or doing something stupid, he makes up very elaborate stories off the top of his head to justify what he has done. Emily is just about the calmest toddler I have ever seen. She is actually very temperate and friendly for a two-year-old, not much of the tantrums going on. And she loves to go outside when it's raining and doesn't stop whining until somebody goes outside with her, which can get quite annoying, but I love it about her anyway.
I think I do agree with that statement. It's hardly disputable that you feel better before you know that something terrible has happened. But, that's not to say that I think knowledge is bad. I think knowledge is great, and even if you sometimes would rather not know about something, I think it's usually a good thing that you do know. Otherwise, you're just burying your own head in the sand.