This is both a blessing and a curse. A blessing for Kitty and me, and a curse for the blog, because no one wants to read about how attentive and adorable a kid is, unless we're reading about how attentive and adorable he is while pooping on the floor.
I've got nothing like that. The best I can offer is this picture of him fishing for catfish.
See what I did there? It's our cat. And he's got a fishing pole.
I hope he poops on the floor soon, because I can't keep this level of comedic genius up.
During these dry times, here are some quotes that I gathered over the last couple of months for just a time like this:
On his future career:
Finn: Daddy, I don't think we should be firefighters any more. I think maybe we should be policemen.
Finn: Because if you don't know where the fire is, you can't find it and you can't be a firefighter.
Me: But someone will tell us where the fire is, like in Fireman Sam.
Finn: Daddy, that's in a different country.
After being told that he can't watch TV any more because watching TV has a tendency to make him go a little bonkers, due to lack of activity:
Finn: Daddy, can I watch TV?
Me: No, TV is making you crazy.
Finn: I know, some YouTube will settle me down.
Me: No, that's the same thing. You'll still get crazy. If you want to watch something, I'll let you watch some basketball with me. That'll get some energy out.
Finn: What if I don't want to watch basketball?
Me: Then we can go outside and play.
Finn: I don't know. I think I'd rather get crazy.