Friday, 18 November 2016

Wolfie's attitude (an anecdote)

My parents are visiting us and have finally met their grandson. So they are spoiling him. Today, as we walked downtown, my mother was worried that Wolfie might get cold, thinking the blankets, hats and his thick suit were not enough, so she bought him on the spot a winter suit/coat at Jojo Maman Bébé. Then we put it on him. Of course, our baby son started crying like a river the moment we put the suit on. As my wife explained to his grandmother, Wolfie hates being dressed or undressed. Once he has his clothes on or off, he is happy, but he hates the time in between and the whole fuss around it."He prefers blood tests," said my wife. It surprised my parents, but it is true. Maybe because he had so many when he was born, our son became rather indifferent towards them. In any case, what my wife said deserves to be a new great unknown line.


jaz@octoberfarm said...

your parents have to be loving this!

Ms Misantropia said...

I am in awe that you keep on blogging as if your life isn't a crazy wonderful storm right now :)
Regarding dressing and undressing; I am on your boy's side. I HATED it when I was a toddler (the only thing I can actually remember from that age). I hated my mom trying to fix my hair, I hated people putting on layers of clothing. And as my parents can attest to: As soon as i was old enough, I pulled it all off down to my panties as soon as I got indoors.
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