Now You See Him, Now You Don’t

The toddler has the amazing ability to disappear in the blink of an eye. He accomplishes this by merely not making eye contact. Don’t believe me? See if you can spot him below.

"Please put your shoes away."

“Please put your shoes away.”

See what I mean? Vanished.

All I said was, "Let's change your diaper" and he was gone in a flash.

“Let’s change your diaper.”

He can even disappear at church.

"All done with water."

“All done with water.”

And he can use his super power in any room, to avoid any chore.

"Let's put your cup away."

“Let’s put your cup away.”

Yup, any chore.

"Time to clean up the toys."

“Time to clean up the toys.”

Or any perceived unpleasantness.

"Mommy's turn with the toothbrush."

“Mommy’s turn with the toothbrush.”

Toddler son might outgrow this ability, only time will tell. His dad and I are just hoping he can turn things around and use this gift for good.

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About Jan Moyer

Embracing my inner child since 2005. View all posts by Jan Moyer

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