May 2016

June 8th, 2016

H, naked, kneels before toilet and places pop bead bracelets on lid.
A: What’s going on?
H: I’m selling them.
A: That sounds awesome, but who is going to buy them in our bathroom?
H: People are going to open the door and come in and buy them.
A: Oh OK. Which door?
H: There is no door.
(A returns text message regarding appointment)
H: PLAY WITH ME!
A: OK….Knock knock. I am looking for a bracelet. Do you know where I can buy one?
H: Here!
A: How much do the bracelets cost?
H: Five.
A: Five cents, or five dollars?
H: Five hundy hundy all around.

A: The Little Snowplow, written by Lora Koehler, illustrated by Robert Parker
H: Parker! That might be a truck!
A: You think the illustrator is a truck?
H: Yes. Parker. That’s a truck.
15 minutes later
A: When Dinosaurs Came With Everything by Elise Broach, illustrated by David Small.
H: Small! He’s a dinosaur.

Hunter is very sensitive about having his shirt covering his back in the carseat. Even after it is adjusted he regularly chants, “Shirt not down! Shirt not down!”

On the upside, he is asking many thoughtful questions about how things work, which is new.

Katya hit several milestones, including swearing. She called a parent “shitpants.”  She also started washing her own hair, which is a considerable task.

For his part, Hunter started taking showers, because the tub leaked and needs to be replaced. He insists that it is frightening and he does not like it, until the moment the spray hits him, and then he laughs hysterically the whole time. This child is very shower ticklish.

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