Unfortunately it did not cover the following:
--It is normal for my toddler to want to read the same book every night, but it must be mentioned that said "book" is a party supply catalog that includes several recoqnizable characters? Kiddo calls it "read Chuggington."
--Is it normal for my toddler to bump into walls all of the time because he's running so fast and has yet to learn to watch where he's going?
--Is it normal for my toddler to think every piece of dirt is a "yuck bug?"
--Is it normal for my toddler to stare at me like I am certifiably insane and should live in a padded room while I sing hokey-pokey with Elmo on Pandora while he shows no intention of standing from his lying down position in the ball pit and joining me?
--Is it normal for my toddler to repeat his thought over and over until you not only acknowledge that he's speaking but say the exact same thing?
I'd have to pull out my own "expert" knowledge and say that yes, our Sheriff is completely normal in the sense that these little people we call toddlers are utterly abnormal in ways that can only make us sit back, smile, and thank God that they are a part of our lives.
|Wait, you don't look like this after|
you eat birthday cake?