3 years, 9 months.
This Saturday (as well as Sunday) morning I woke up to you and Mommy laughing and playing on the couch.
You had created a pick-up truck out of couch cushions and were taking your friends to the hospital. (Mommy was the doctor.)
One of your friends was a small white bear you named “Baby Diaper”. You explained to Mommy:
“Can you help my Sweetie? A monster bit her!”
I also enjoyed seeing how you helped Mommy with Donatello’s visit to the doctor: “He has a tummy ache. I think he needs water. I’ll get him a water balloon.”
Then you then ran over to the corner of our living room where you’ve been stashing the helium balloons you got from a couple of weeks ago when we paid the earnest money for our new house.
You then proceeded to “pour” water from the “water balloon” into Donatello’s mouth.
Classic! I love that creativity.
You’re also proactive: You decided to go ahead and try on your Halloween costume.
Recently at Kroger you found a $4 Batman mask and wanted Mommy and me to buy it for you. We agreed, based on you being Batman for Halloween.
Then last week Mommy found some $7 Batman pajamas from Wal-Mart…
Therefore, I would like to say, thank you for choosing the cheapest Halloween costume so far! Just eleven bucks, total.
That is so practical and frugal. I am proud.
You practiced your Batman faces for us; both “happy Batman” and “serious Batman.”
It’s good that you’re really spending some time already getting in to your Batman character. I think that might count as “method acting.”
This is what goes on in our house. I’m assuming that in every other house with a 3 year-old little boy in it, there are different yet related stories that occur.
As far as our house goes, it’s about drinking from water balloons and practicing for Halloween. For this week, at least.