Sunday, February 18, 2007

a case study of hypochondria in the four year-old

In what promises (threatens?) to become yet another Occasional Feature in this blog, I hereby present to you another instance of Hypochondria in a Four Year-Old:

On Friday, Lola complained that "my bone is twisted." She wriggled about like a contortionist to demonstrate this.

"Because my bones are twisted, I have to WALK SLOW. When my bones are not twisted, I have to run fast." She sprinted for a while to demonstrate, then returned to a dawdle. "My bones are twisted! WALK SLOW!"

7 comments:

hughman said...

LOL. lola isn't very committed to her fake ailments, is she?

Jack's Raging Mommy said...

It's like Red Light Green Light!

Silliyak said...

Hughman, you gotta wonder, What's her motivation

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