Yesterday, I asked Trevor to name three things he likes about Devin. They were:
1. I love Devin
2. I like to play games with Devin
3. I like to play water guns with Devin.
I asked Devin the same thing about Trevor. He said:
1. I love Trevor.
And, since he doesn't really get counting, he stopped there. But, Trevor asked, "do you like playing games with me?" and Devin said, "Yeah." And, then Trevor asked, "do you like playing water guns with me?" and Devin said, "yeah."
So their answers were just about the same.
Then, I asked Trevor to name 4 things he likes about his dad. His answers were surprising, sorta. They were:
1. I like when he lets us go out for dinner.
2. I like when he drives us to the airport. At this point in the conversation, Devin interjected, "I want to go to the airport!"
3. I like when he hugs and loves me.
I think the last one counted as two because hugging and loving and two seperate activities.
That was our conversation in the car yesterday. It was way better than:
Mommy: "STOP KICKING MY SEAT!" and the conversation that ensues after that statement has been made.