I was reading a story to Miles at bedtime when he started rubbing his nose. What began as a few small swipes quickly escalated into something more aggressive, with Miles resorting to using the sleeve of his pajamas. I stopped reading. "Miles, do you need--" "It's just water!" he interrupted. "I got water on my … Continue reading Year 5, Day 262
As all young boys must, Miles is going through the "booger obsession" phase of childhood. If you're ever looking for his index finger, the first place I'd check is deep within his nostril. Despite this action being a firmly-ingrained byproduct of centuries of human evolution, Jaclyn and I still raise a stink every time we … Continue reading Year 5, Day 4
Miles tries to "make good use" of all the toilet paper he pulled off the roll.
Today, Miles got his first "bad day" report from daycare. Yesterday, I mentioned that, due to his reluctance to stand and walk, Miles is now the oldest child in his room at daycare. While he's crawling like a champ, the downside is that he's also the biggest kid in the room now. Whether he consciously … Continue reading Year 2, Day 39