Yes, I understand it. And no, I'm not going to explain it.
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
The Difference Between Boys and Girls--Play Dough
Now that M is two, the differences between him and his sisters are becoming ever more apparent. The usual differences are there (M likes cars and trucks and making noise and destroying things, E and C like dolls and princesses and singing and building things), but some other, less predictable differences have come to light lately.
C and M are currently playing with homemade play dough (recipe below). Although, with M, "playing with play dough" is a relative phrase.
C: squishes play dough, rolls play dough, cuts play dough, shapes play dough, plays with play dough.
M: squishes play dough, places play dough back in canister, calls play dough "coffee," plays with play dough toys, ignores play dough.
And this happens every. single. time M "plays" with play dough. But he loves it! He asks for it weekly. He enjoys it.