I want to be like Jay:
He always has fun, even when its not supposed to be fun.
He has stylish clothing that cost $5 or less a piece.
He is 100% focused on the NOW. He doesn’t worry about yesterday and “tomorrow” is too far away to consider.
He plays hard and he sleeps hard.
He loves everyone and he doesn’t worry who loves him. As long as Mommy and Daddy are in his camp, he’s good.
He likes to help.
He likes to clean up.
Illness doesn’t dampen his enthusiasm for life and getting out in it.
Outside is a great place to be, regardless of temperature or number of bugs.
He eats simply – fresh fruit, fresh meats, fresh veggies, fish crackers, cheerios, yogurt and milk, pasta with meatballs – and enjoys every meal to the fullest.
Balls, blocks, cars and crayons provide endless opportunities for entertainment.
He doesn’t care what the intended purpose of an object is. Example: Crayons are equally useful for coloring and for rolling down the sofa arms in a race.
Every accomplishment is celebrated with clapping and shouts.
Making cupcakes is the greatest thing ever.
Mickey Mouse, Dora, Diego and Handy Manny are profound.
Nearly everything is new and exciting.
Books are the coolest thing ever.
Computers are amazing.
Every day is an adventure.