Dawn has guilted me into posting. With her guilty ways. Now I'm ashamed and covered in gold paint. Ah, well.
I've taken on the role of Super-Uncle for a chunk of this Christmas break. You learn things, in this process.
A) Three is an age that all actors should observe carefully. We talk a lot about objective and strategem (whatever the fashionable language about it is now), and three year-olds are practically case studies in objective and strategem. Stuff they want, but can't get. Tantrums, wheedling, all manner of different tricksiness. Parents are also a good study - how does a parent get a kid to do what she wants? Or what the kid needs, but can't articulate (a decent hissy fit usually indicates that you missed your window for getting them properly fed).
B) There is very little which cannot be endured with other, participating adults by your side.
C) It is difficult to type and hold a baby at the same time.
Since I currently have a baby on my lap, that's about all. More, perhaps, if there is break theology.
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