Wolf

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No Bare Breasts At The Dinner Table

Wolf today, during lunch:

'Mum, can I see your breasts?'

Mrs.B, slightly stunned: 'Excuse me?'

'Can I see your breasts?' Wolf repeats, while I nod vigorously in support. I feel it's important to support my son in his inquisitive nature.

'No I won't show you my breasts. There are no breasts to be shown at the dinner table!'

'But why not?' he asks.

'Yes, why not?', I add in support. I get a vicious look from the other side of the table. Clearly, Mrs.B does not have the same ideas about support our son's inquisitive nature as I do.

'No breasts at the dinner table', says Mrs.B in a stern voice. She make it sound final, but I see an opening here. Maybe naked breasts at the coffee table are still open for debate.

Soldiers' loo

Soldiers' loo

Gunner Wolf

Gunner Wolf

Naughty toddler

Naughty toddler

Tired Of Steps

Wolf, very tired after climbing 290 steps of the bell tower of the church of Marennes. But he did get up there and back down all on his own, he just needed a couple of minutes to sit down and rest.

Spinach

'Your plate, you will finish
Cause you'll eat your spinach
Says dad to his firstborn son'

 

Four Fingers

Today is Wolf's fourth birthday, so please allow me to get the following off my chest

Happy Birthday !!!

Imagine that, four years in a blink of an eye. Seems as if it was only yesterday when he peed all over me. Or that could have been Tyl. Anyway...

We celebrated his birthday yesterday, with all the young kids we could steal from my sister's and sisters-in-law. For good measure we invited the grandparents too, and threw in an uncle to run around the kids and do goofy things with them. We had a gastronomic kids' menu of spagheti and ice-cream for desert, and that was the only moment there was any peace and quiet for the whole afternoon.

So everyone had a blast, until they got tired and kids suddenly got hurt and started to cry and he took my toy from me and it's not my fault and she started it and that's mine and no it isn't give it back right this minute... Well, you get it, it was time for all to go home, get in bath and watch the tele for five minutes before bed time stories and night-night.

Total exhaustion, I tell you. I look forward to the moment when he careens off on his souped up motorbike with his friends and doesn't come back until five o'clock in the morning all boozed up. But that will be at least another four years from now.

 

Top Of His Class

We had our first ever parent-teacher conference yesterday evening. Unfortunately, I couldn't make it as I wasn't back from work on time, so Mrs.B had to face the music on her own. But we needn't have worried, Wolf is a model student. He got great grades for coloring between the lines, stowing away his lunch box, active listening - something he clearly doesn't have from his mother's side - and being a good boy all round.

The teacher did mention that he can be a tad boisterous at times when he plays with other children, and then he has to calm Wolf down. But apart from that he has scores higher than average and there is absolutely no reason for not letting him pass to the second grade next year.

Top of his class, now there's something he doesn't have in common with his father...

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