Every year when Thanksgiving rolls around, a video of my son Narls telling us the story of Thanksgiving shows up in my memories, and it gives me all the feels every year.

Narls was only four when the video was recorded, and it all started when his pre-school teacher told us we had to ask him about Thanksgiving. She couldn't believe how well he remembered the story after only hearing it one time.

Narls eventually told the story to my wife in the car, and she called me immediately to make sure I'd be home so he could tell me when we were together.

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I realize that being his dad gives me a little bit of biased toward the video (ok, way more than just a little bit) but it is one of the cutest things I've ever seen. Narls is in full teenage mode these days, so being able to go back and watch little Narls is always a good thing.

I feel like I have to put a disclaimer up just in case there are some internet trolls that don't know how to just enjoy a video without picking it apart. We all know that this is not 100% historically accurate. There is no need to try and point that out.

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