Friday, February 6, 2015

Mind Reading

Do you ever wish you could read someone's mind?  Sometimes I find myself wishing I could read Ryan's mind - but that's usually if he's being quiet or not super forthcoming with thoughts and feelings.  Cam is very verbal (which I've said probably 17 too many times now) so I usually have a pretty good idea of the very random things that pop in and out of his head.  But there are times when he is quiet, playing independently, looking mischievous, or throwing a tantrum that I wish I could read his little mind.

 I would imagine his little mind looks a little something like this:

I'm thirsty.
Milk sounds good.
No, water.
Definitely water.
But maybe milk?
What that noise?
Let's go outside.
My mom just opened the door.
Let's stay inside.
I have a basketball hoop.
I'll shoot this ball.
No, not that ball.
That ball is stupid and yellow so I will throw it on the ground.
I'll shoot the blue ball instead.
I missed.
Wook!  Trains!
Choo choo!
I will push James's button so he chugs on his own.
I haven't pulled Sonny's tail in a while.
That bookcase looks like it would be fun to climb.
Is my mom watching?
Of course she is.
Where did James go?
Maybe he had to go in the bathroom.
Wook!  A plunger!
I would like to wash my hands.
But without soap.
And without water.
No body understands me.
What do I need to do to get a snack?
I definitely would like some milk.
No, water.
So, about that snack.
Yes, please.
But not that half. 
The other half.
Santa song, please.
No, stop!
Reindeer song.
I'm tired.

Me too, buddy.  Me too.

Does this sound about right?  I don't have it down to an exact science yet but I'm pretty sure each thought lasts about 2.5 seconds.

Take Luck,


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