Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Where is it?

I realize that eccentric couples breed eccentric children, but I didn't realize that it would be as bad as it is.

Two examples:

This morning during play group, Jakson stood in the back yard the majority of the time picking basil leaves and putting them into a bowl. This activity was not suggested to him, he came up with it on his own. Then he tried to give it away as moms came to pick up their children. Holly was a good sport and took some home for her spaghetti dinner.

This afternoon while I was attempting to put Storey down for a nap, Jak was brushing his teeth in the guest bathroom, something he often does. After I laid her down, I found him staring down into the toilet repeatedly saying Where is it? From what I can gather, Jakson flushed his toothbrush down the toilet.

No idea what possessed him to do that.

Storey on the other hand doesn't seem to have inherited Jakson's quirkiness. She smiles a lot and bobbles her head. And she is a willing model for all of my creations. It's wonderful.

When Jak was my model, pictures turned out like this...but Storey happily poses....
Finally a shirt that's not too big and not too small!!


Mytutorlist.com said...

Lol... at least he shared his basil with everyone else! Sharing is good!

Flushing flushables is not so bad either. Flushing things that clog would be much, much worse.

Storey is such a lovely name.

Mayhem said...

Storey looks so happy and cute!

Julie said...

And Deborah thinks Nick will need therapy! You might have to burn that picture of Jakson when he's a teenager.

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