I (we, my wife and I) must be doing something right. Not just an offer to help with the daily chores, but a polite one. I guess I should appreciate it while it lasts… I dare say as he gets older both the offer of assistance and the politeness will dry up.
One week shy of 3 years old, and my little one is shaping up just fine.
- He helps with the dishes
- He wants to cook… One of his favorite things is rolling out the roti.
- He’s toilet trained, past the bribery stage, and wants to do it all himself.
- He not just wants to go to bed, but virtually insists on doing it all himself… Even wants to “read” the book to himself.
What more can a proud Dad ask for.
- Grinding mobs?
- Farming ore and herbs?
- Doing the AH grind?
Maybe I’m asking a bit much.
After all, the dishes are done like a WSG PuG. Duties are handed out…
You rinse honey.
No Daddy I want the bubbles!
Progress is similar to WSG too.
Time to move onto the next dish honey.
No Daddy! I need to wash this dish 100 more times.
(mid-field honor farming anyone?)
Still, there is some hope. I was reading on WoW.com about getting 3 year olds to play. Maybe now is the right time to introduce him to all those bits of WoW I feel tiresome.
Maybe he can hang out in a starting area and challenge people to duels.
PS: Text message just recieved from my wife:
At Odin’s insistence, I have sewed him a tiny apron with a pink banana, blue and purple carrots and green potato- so he can now help dad do the dishes. Sigh. Motherhood.
Gnomer and Out!
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