THE DAILY GROANER - March 27, 2017
Good Morning Groanies,
Sean is almost two, but he seems like he's way beyond that age and acts as if he's...I'm gonna say...twelve.
He's smart as a whip and quick-witted, just like his old man. And he's as crafty as an old lady at Hobby Lobby.
The other day, Jack and Sean were running back and forth from the master bedroom to their playroom. They were just laughing and goofing like kids do when suddenly only Jack was visible. I asked him, "Jack, where's you brother?"
He responded with, "I don't know." But, I noticed a tell in his voice that said whatever Sean was into at that very moment, Jack wanted not part of and must distance himself rather quickly.
As I entered the master bedroom I heard a strange sound in the master bathroom. I took a step into the room and suddenly I saw Sean, standing in front of the toilet. The second I asked him, "What are you doing, buddy?" he quickly turned to reveal wet hands.
I inquired if he was playing in the toilet and he denied it. He still denies it to this day.
So after a quick bath, Sean was once again fresh and clean. I told him that he was not allowed in the bathroom again, to which Jack responded, "But what if he has to go to potty?" To which I reacted, "What? Are you his lawyer?" I guess Jack is beyond his years, too.
This is my life...and I love every minute of it!
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