Now remember Lucky, do not leave my sight. There could be other dangerous animals here too.
I want to go play.
Ok but do not leave my sight!
Pshh. I do not need her. I am big boy
One day there are two wild horses by a river. A mother horse and her son. The mother horse tells her child, Lucky, to never leave her sight. Other dangerous animals could also be here. The son says he understands what his mother tells him.
AHHHHH!!! MOM HELLLPPP!
Lucky tells his mother that he wants to go play. His mother tells him it is ok as long as he stays in her sight.
I am so sorry Mom. I will never leave your sight again!
It's ok Lucky.Stay Away From my son you bear!
AHHHH! I'm sorry, I was just so hungry. I
Lucky goes off down the river out of his mother sight. He thinks he is a big boy and does not need his mother's protection.
Moral of the story is, "listen to your parents." They are always looking out for you.
Along the way he sees a hungry, brown bear. He did not know what to do, his mother could not see him because he had gone to far. So he did the only thing he could think of and screamed for his mother.
Thankfully, the mother heard him and came to her son's rescue. Her son apologize for leaving her sight. The bear got scared and ran away.