The previous night Rascal had time to make a few bracelets and left a huge mess of beads behind. I decided to move him to the mantel so that the my baby or the puppy wouldn’t get ahold of him. Again, I placed him up on the mantel so that he can watch the kids. We have less than a week left with Rascal and I am already getting sad. He has been a great addition to our family and created a new tradition for my children.
Rascal was excited to go tell Santa Claus that he was able to spell his name using beads and wanted to share the news with other elves. He left as soon as all of the kids were in bed. Rascal got back pretty late this morning, he was sneaking back into the house when I got up.
Rascal wondered into my older son’s room and climbed up on his dresser. I watched him to see what he was up to. He went and sat down with two wise owls that were sitting on my older son’s dresser. Rascal wanted to chat with them about the importance of basic life skills. The wise owls told Rascal that he needed to bathe daily so that he would be welcome around friends, communicate his wants, needs, and desires, and to have some fun. Of course, you have to eat as well and take care of yourself too.
My toddler wanted to find Rascal as soon as he woke up. He went with me to wake up his sister and older brother. My baby spotted Rascal hiding in his brother’s room. He immediately pointed Rascal out and smiled. He also showed my husband where Rascal was hiding.
Rascal talking to the Wise Owls.
The owls tell Rascal that you must take a bath everyday and smell good.
Don’t be afraid to tell people how you feel or share your opinion.
What will Rascal think of next? Check back to find out.