Over the weekend Mad Dog and I had the rare opportunity to spend some time with only T.Puzzle. Full Speed went to Grandma’s and we kept T.Puzzle home. He had a runny nose and we thought he shouldn’t be around the dogs at Grandma’s because he is so allergic to them.
Turns out, he rather enjoys being an ‘only’ child. He behaved like an angel at the grocery and when we purchased him some popcorn chicken (the real kind, not the Mad Dog invented version), he held it to his chest so lovingly, you could almost see a shiny aura of goodness surround him.
When we got home, he said ‘Yes, ma’am!’ and ‘Yes, sir!’ to everything asked of him.
I’m wondering if the best solution to surviving the terrible threes is to only have one child in the home during this difficult period.
Any takers on Full Speed?
- When Your Child Has Allergies (children.webmd.com)