People say that children's brains are like sponges — they're constantly absorbing new information from the world around them and trying to make sense of it all. In fact, by age five, a child's brain is usually about 90 percent developed, so that sponge soaks up pretty quickly.
Because of their sponge-like tendencies, children are naturally curious. That's why they ask a lot of questions, which some of us may find mildly irritating, particularly if we don't always have the answers they want.
But one dad is encouraging his daughter's natural curiosity. Reddit user u/ExpiringFrog reached out to the good people of the internet to help him come up with some simple yet "mind-blowing" facts he could tell his daughter at bedtime. And the internet definitely delivered.