How selfish and wrong of me that I actually feel sorry for every person on planet earth that does not enjoy the privilege of living day-to-day with The Max? My son is challenging beyond the level of an ‘average’ eight year old, but he’s also spectacular. While I realize I sound ridiculously snobbish with my statement, I also hope and imagine every parent feels the same about their child(ren).
Ideas pop into the boys brain and he carries them out instantaneously, often landing him in punishment. However wrong they may be, they are typically the result of a brain so unique that while reprimanding The Max is necessary I cannot help but leave the room and laugh until I cry.
Yesterday was such an occasion that did not require a time out or grounding, but The Max decided to classify what goes into the toilet.
Take a look.
His ultimate goal was to have the classification hanging on the wall in the living room. After his request was denied, he simply concluded, “Oh yeah, you probably already knew the numbers.”
There you have it friends. I am crazy proud of my offspring, I just posted his poop/pee diagram on the internet. I only wish I could film him at all times to get the best Max moments permanently recorded.
Frame it for the bathroom, between paintings of lilacs and daffodils.
Boy is going to great at algebra, he’s already got down to an art substitution of numbers and addition of those values.
You really should put that it the bathroom. I think it is appropriate, and hilarious! Also, it is not snobbish to call Max spectacular. He is!
I did not know about #3. Max is a visionary.
That is the best laugh I’ve had in months. That kid is amazing.
It makes perfect sense to me.
I always thought #3 was either puke or the runs.
I guess the number list is more extensive than I thought!
I did too, but I guess things change with each generation…
He is beyond priceless.
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