Don’t Assume Anything

When it comes to Thing 3 it’s best not to assume anything. Don’t assume all is well in the next room just because it is quiet. Don’t assume he won’t run away from you at the mall.

And, apparently, I shouldn’t assume the shoes I put on him in the morning are the same ones he’ll be wearing when I pick him up at preschool.

Notice anything wrong with these shoes? I didn’t. Until we got home.

You might see that one is newer and cleaner. You might also notice, upon closer inspection, that one is 1 1/2 sizes bigger than the other. And, if you are really sharp (I’m not) you’ll see they are BOTH right footed.

That’s exactly what I learned only after we got home. I’m just glad to know the other parent did the same thing.

5 thoughts on “Don’t Assume Anything”

  1. You guys are pretty awesome!! That first picture you posted is my favorite!!! :o)Ya'll sound a LOT like us, except for the cooking part. That's something Cory and I really like to do together while sharing a bottle of wine! A lot of silliness happens on those nights! :o) In November we will have been together for TEN years!! Ten!!! Crazy…

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