Kids that is.
Our grandson Kai and his mum are on holiday in Spain at the moment. We've had word that Kai was really good on the flight and is enjoying his holiday. Apparently though, he refuses to take off his cardigan and is walking round with his socks on his hands! Don't ask!
There again, when my eldest son was young, for about two years he would never take his coat off when we went out, no matter how hot it was.
This reminded me of my eldest brother when he was about five. He acquired a leather helmet from somewhere and point blank refused to take it off, even though England was in the midst of a heatwave at the time.
It made me laugh when my sister-in-law had been shopping and bought my niece, who was two at the time, seven pairs of new panties - one for each day of the week, and Niece insisted on putting them on all at the same time.
I remember having a favourite dress, Mum had to bribe me to take it off to let her wash it. I would only agree to this if she promised to wash, dry and iron it ready for me to wear the following day.
Mmmm there seems to be a pattern emerging here, do you think eccentricity is genetic?
Did you or any of your children have little foibles?
Sunday 6th May
Feeling stronger each day. Must increase the exercises.