Thursday, August 28, 2008

Skipping Steps

Logan is a happy infant. He smiles, laughs, squeals, gives raspberries. The only time he really cries is when he is tired.

Despite this, I can tell he is going to be a handful.

He would get frustrated and scream because he couldn't crawl. Now he crawls and he gets frustrated and screams because he's not walking. He gets up on his feet when he crawls and stands up when he has something to hang onto.

So what's going to happen when he begins walking? Jessie and I were joking around saying he'll probably get frustrated and scream because he can't fly.

And when he discovers that flying is not an option for him; he'll come and ask Mom and Dad why. We'll explain that only birds can fly, that their genetic makeup allows them to soar the skies. God made humans to tend to things down here on the ground.

Of course, kids are always one step ahead of the parent. So after we explain about the birds, he'll throw in that "Superman can fly!"

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