This post is pretty belated at this point. I know I’ve been saying that a lot lately, but still.
For Father’s Day this year, among the gifts I had Jayce answer a few questions about Chris, and typed his answers exactly as he said them.
(Jayce’s voice is in red.)
** I think I’ve explained this before, but “bellies out” is what Jayce calls he and Chris’ playtime. It started when he was around 2 years old, Chris would come home from work, get attacked by Jayce, and say, “Hang on a minute buddy, let me change and then we’ll wrestle.” So, in Jayce’s mind, the evening has 3 events: 1.) Chris arrives home from work, 2.) he takes off his shirt, 3.) they play.**
Anyway, after I had asked my questions, Jayce decided that he had some questions to ask me as well. Luckily I still had my computer out so I could record them word for word.
Mom, what will we travel in?
No. Airplane to London.
What if somebody is stuck on a roof, what will a fireman use to get the people off the roof?
No. You were close, but they will use a firetruck to get a person down from a roof.
If a door is locked what do they use to put out a fire?
What if something is broken and it’s going fast and making a messy mess, what do firemen use to fix something that’s making a messy mess?
I don’t know.
What makes the planet? What makes the houses?
This boy. His whole world is about wrestling with his dad, and miscellaneous fireman information. So funny and so fun. I love it.