Mitchell, said with a very grown up matter-of-fact manner …”Dadda, I think there is more yelling than learning going on in Kindergarten.”
Watching Old Sitcoms With Our Kids
We rented Smurfs to watch with our boys. Peter, then seven, announced when he saw Neil Patrick Harris, “DOOGIE IS IN THIS MOVIE! THERE IS DOOGIE HOWSER!”
Avery, who is twelve, looked at his younger brother with a very annoyed and sophisticated look said to Peter, “That is NOT Doogie. I read this book and Doogie is not in the story at all.”
Child Is Missing. The Store is Eating Kids Again.
I have never “lost” a child when we are out and about. I know it can happen easily and I also know we have been fortunate with three boys and twins to boot. it is common knowledge, to parents of twins, that they only run in opposite directions. If you ever see a set of toddler twins with their ankles tied together, don’t judge. I knew our youngest wasn’t really, “MISSING!”