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Oh, my god! I've made it to 100! I never thought I'd make it this far! (Yay!)
OK, back to the strip...
Believe it or not, Jacob really is every bit as cute as I draw him here; much more so actually. That being said, he can still be a real brat sometimes! LOL.
The above story actually came from his teacher, during a Paerent-Teacher conference, late last year. She told me what happened, and I immediately thought, "I've got to use that!
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Sunday, January 9, 2011
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Welcome back! I hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday. This is a bit of a "breaking the fourth wall" strip. There were rather a few people who left comments, sent me messages or upon reading #98, looked at me and said, "Huh?" So this was just a (paraphrased) converstaion that DW and I had about it.
One thing about Michael and Jacob (Jacob to a much greater extent): If they're not paying attention, or don't feel like talking to you, they'll answer, "Yes," or "Yeah," to pretty much any question. So before we make that snack he said he wanted, or whatever, I usually ask a really absurd question like, "Do you want me to put eels in your underpants?" of "Do you want to be fed to a wild honey badger?" And if they say, "Yes," then I know they probably haven't been listening for at least a few questions now.
Also while we do occasionally play the "He gets that from you" game (always playfully, mind you) usually it's a lot more specific than this. In all honesty, I'll admit that this comes off as a wee bit mean-spirited. But hey, what can I say? She was frustrating me! (And I LIKE #98! LOL) But there are plenty of traits, both typical and autistic, in both of our boys, where we know which one of us they got them from! (I'm a collector myself, and earlier today Michael was showing me a set of toys from a catalog and said, "I want to get the whole set!" And I was like... *sniff* You ARE my son!) LOL