A few weeks ago we had a FHE lesson on fire safety. We really focused on not hiding, and not being afraid if someone, especially a masked someone, came in to help the kids escape a fire. We wanted the little ones to be as prepared as possible.
Tonight, after prayers, Beckham turned to me and said, "Mom, I need to talk to you about something. What if there was a fire and a stranger came to get me to kidnap me should I still let him help me escape?"
*Blink* *Blink* "Beckham, that would never happen."
"But should I still go with the stranger even though he's going to kidnap me?"
"If anyone comes to rescue you from a fire, you go with them."
"But then I'll be kidnapped!"
"But you won't be burnt to a crisp and we'd be able to save you later."
"Beckham, let the stranger save you."
That kid has WAY too much time to think.