Things I’ve learned from my children today.
Always check a room for baby hazards. The kitchen table is exactly at the forehead height of a seven-month-old in a baby walker.
No, we can’t just do the job in the simplest manner. So Sock sorting (a fun-filled weekly event in our house) began. Then Boy One hurried off and returned with a large cardboard box with a hole cut in it. The flap over the hole said: “NI”. It was upside down. However, the way it worked was Boy Two posted paired, but not yet folded together socks through the hole and, miraculously, conjoined socks were shoved out from underneath.
You don’t need to wait for puberty for breasts to be fascinating. During sock sorting Boy Two was found cavorting around the bedroom with one of my bras on, upside down, over his Ben 10 PJs. Boys One and Three seemed weak with giggles and guffaws at his antics.