Restraint

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  1. He knows when you’re faking it. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA OYSTER WINS!

  2. He SO wins!There’s something about how children are trained to disbelieve the evidence in front of them in favour of the version the adults are promulgating, had I but the brainpower to articulate it.

  3. What I’ve noticed with Jack is that when he’s internalising a new skill in one area, previously acquired skills in that area deteriorate. He’s currently learning to jump with both feet off the ground. He is tripping over a lot because he’s not thinking about normal walking. It’s really noticeable with language, though.

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