Milestones are big news for kids, but especially kids with a disability. I don’t know why? It’s not like we are bionic or science experiments, but how cool would being bionic be? Too cool!
Anyway……I just started walking, but I’m pretty good at it. I feed myself with some mess and I’m deciding if I want to start talking or not. Basically, I’m the mysterious, hot dude outside the lunch room wearing a leather jacket. I’ll do what I want, when I want. NO peer pressure for me.
But…..I do have some stuff I’m pretty proud of that I want to share with you. I’m only 28 months old and I’m not trying to make anyone jealous, so I am sorry if I do.
dance on my back, on a bed, while laughing
determine if I look fat in my clothes without anyone’s help
drink from a big cup that has flowers on it … I’m secure in my manhood.
flush the toilet … I don’t use it yet, but I’m light-years ahead of kids 2-20 times my age on the flushing part.
create mathematically and architecturally amazing stool forts
use a flashlight to irritate the dog and entertain myself
point the finger at the guilty party … The blame game is a true childhood milestone that some never outgrow.
put the toilet paper back after ripping it out … It’s called redemption.
do the sidewinder grin, which is quite challenging … It’s actually the first step in learning ventriloquism.
use Cheetos to become a Sabertooth tiger
show my guns off for the ladies … We all know that is the most impressive milestone of them all.