My son is super smart.
While I am sure every mom brags about their son, I am really just being honest. In fact, if he could write I would have him as a guest blogger. Even if he could just hold a crayon without eating it, that would give him some great credentials.
I was observing him the other day and noticed all of the neat things he uses and plays with and said to myself, “Wow! Why didn’t I think of that?” He just uses one item for another because he doesn’t have any money to spend. In fact if he did have money he would probably eat it because that’s just what he does right now.
So here are some things Isaiah would like to share:
1. If you are out of hair gel, just rub banana on your head. It is very effective and does not get flaky. In fact, it is so effective that it only washes out with lots and lots and lots of soap.
2. When at a restaurant, it is not necessary to spend money ordering food for me. When I am hungry, I will just reach about 5 inches longer than expected and swipe what I want to eat off of other family members’ plates. Ketchup, for example, is full of lycopene and is delicious. Yum yum!
3. Daddy can fix anything. If it is broken, daddy will fix it. In fact, there is no need to ever call a handyman or buy replacement toys because daddy can fix it all.
4. Big sister’s toys are my toys too. If she does not want to play with something, I will play with it (as long as mama does not snatch it away for having small parts). So if you want new toys, just borrow them for awhile from someone you know and return them when you get tired of them(tablets, etc.). Make sure they are covered in drool and crushed cheerios.
5. Oatmeal keeps your skin baby soft. Isaiah rubs his oatmeal all over his face and ears. He would even suggest rubbing it on other people’s faces, like mama’s, because she needs it. Use ground oatmeal and mix with boiling water. Let cool completely and smear everywhere. No need to wash it off until tubby time. It is good for eating too.