Toddler logic

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This may come as a shock to readers, but my two-year-old is not fond of napping. When I announced naptime, he hid behind the Curtain of Invisibility.

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    • Grimm’s fairy tales? Those are truly frightening, flojo. I should know, my uncle sent a copy. The originals were gruesome. Strange people lived in the Black Forest of Germany when the Grimm brothers were taking down their stories.

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  1. You must have a fight on your hands at nap time! Personally I’d go for hiding my head under a cushion with the logic of ‘if I can’t see you, you can’t see me’. In the mean time, the curtain of invisibility still works, you can’t enforce nap time with that level of cuteness 😂

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  2. So funny! We had a cat that used to do that. SeaTac had a playmate: Blondie. SeaTac was the smarter of the two. He would chase Blondie, and she would stick her head into the curtains, thinking she couldn’t be seen–but of course, her backside would be sticking out. SeaTac would look at us as if to say, “Really? This is just too easy.”

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