Sunday, October 5, 2008

Good Habits Start Young

It used to be when the child gate for the bathroom was open, Jack headed straight for the toilet (hence the reason for the gate in the first place), but he's beginning to mature in his old age of one. Now he heads straight to the stool, climbs up and grabs his toothbrush. If the stool is not there, he goes and picks it up and carries it to the sink. A great habit to have, except that anyone's toothbrush will do (he puked on Elyette's the other day- don't worry we tossed it), and when it comes time to pry him away, an extreme fit that is not easily distracted breaks out. All in all, a HUGE improvement from the toilet.


Carrie Hellewell said...

He's walking now! I can't believe how old he is getting. And cute, might I add.

Luke Millar said...

I'll say what we're all thinking: Brushing your teeth is overrated.

maegan said...

hmm, and you, Luke, just publicly announced you don't brush your teeth.