We have been getting phone calls from Cache's teacher reporting "squirrely behavior." Meaning he just is silly at the wrong times. He is silly, ALL the time. Sweet, but silly. When I volunteer in Cache's class the kids get BIG smiles on their faces and then proceed to tell me all the things Cache does that make the teacher mad. Stick silly pictures of Gorillas making funny faces on the board when the teacher isn't looking. Also the teacher has to put a mark on the board evertime she hears Cache talk in a funny voice. And if he gets 5 marks he doesn't get a sticker...OH boy. (I have to report that since the teacher and I got on the same page, it didn't take long for Cache to curb his silliness and save it for recess.)
And last but not least... The kids TEE PEED our bedroom. I don't know how, when or where I was. Or more importantly, who taught them what that was? But Yes they did.
Devin and I discovered this as we went to bed late one night. After getting over the confusion, and bewilderment, we had to sit down on our bed and just laugh at each individual piece we spotted around the room. We couldn't stop. They got it everywhere, on the ceiling fan, on top of the door jams,(look at the top of the bathroom door in the picture) tied on bows on our nightstands. Wow.
All this time I have been wanting my children to be better friends. It is finally happening.
But... maybe I didn't realize what I was asking for?