Wednesday, March 24, 2004

Very Pre-K Education

Now, I've caught a little flack for bringing this up in the presence of medical professionals . . .but I really think it's cool to see. I'm not complaining at all (I think they believe me when I tell them that).

I've seen my 3 week old learn something. I know, on some level, they're learning things: how to eat, how to move the head, how to focus the eyes, etc. But I've never witnessed something like this with the other three chill'uns.

When a nurse or phlebotomist puts that rubber tourniquet on his arm--he knows he's going to get a needle poked into him, and he starts freaking out.

I'll grant you, it's not a pleasant thing for him to have learned--but it's cool for me to see his mind at work.