Mad Dog surprised the family and came home early enough that we could all go to dinner. We picked the boys up and headed to eat pizza outside. Little T.Puzzle was feeling the unfortunate need to continuously test his limits and by the time dinner was over, Mad Dog had certainly reached his own kind of limit.
T.Puzzle was being difficult and wouldn’t get in the car. He kept locking his legs and simply refused to sit nicely in his car seat. In frustration Mad Dog says to him, “Do you want to go to Box Seats or do you want to go home and go to bed?”
T.Puzzle sticks out a defiant chin and replies, “I want to go home and go to bed.”
Yeah, right! My children and their stubborn streak never cease to amaze and baffle me.
I magnanimously offer to take little T.Puzzle home as I will gladly bypass the sports bar, video car-racing experience. However, both Mad Dog and T.Puzzle relent.
All I know is that if Mad Dog had asked me, I would have chosen to go home and stuck with it.
I guess I’m stubborn, too.
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so once you guys got there did little Frick get over it and have fun or was he still upset?
He did rally but then lost it again when it was time to leave Box Seats. He had an super-early bedtime that night.