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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

It Is Not Possible

How is it possible that Ander can be so well behaved on vacation? He sits through long meals (bread course, then salad course, then meal course) and feeds himself and quietly babbles to us during meals. He says please and thank you. He goes to a restaurant at 9 p.m. (something we would never do at home), says night night and goes to sleep in his stroller while mommy and daddy have coffee (mommy) and drinks (daddy, who by the way, is a light weight who gets tipsy on a girly drink ;)). He did have a meltdown in the zoo, but I thought the San Antonion Zoo sucked too, and was minutes from a meltdown myself. :/ I just don't understand it. He is happier on vacation, shuttling him back and forth and with messed up sleep schedules, than he is at home. He was even pretty good at Seaworld, which is crazy active. Joel, a friend of our's kid, was very well-behaved, too, but Joel was just having one day away from home. Ander has had five days now, and is still behaving.

I suspect it's the constant attention from mom and dad that is creating this amazing behavior, but that sucks, because what is going to happen when we get home? {eyes bulging}

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2 comments:

Spicy CPA Frog! said...

I think he's enjoying all the attention and so he's being good!! Vacations are fun so of course he's being good. I'm good on vacation too!

Mamaebeth said...

"I suspect it's the constant attention from mom and dad that is creating this amazing behavior, but that sucks, because what is going to happen when we get home?"

i find this hilarious.

but seriously, i have never seen your eyes bulge. maybe roll, but never bulge.