Why is it that the speed of a baby is proportional to the nakedness and wetness of said child? Baba can run 100 miles an hour when he is wet and naked, but only 57 miles an hour when he is fully clothed. Almost every night he escapes out of the bathroom after his tub, dripping and naked, and takes off for the bedroom, breaking the sacred "no naked weenies out of the bathroom" rule. He is by far the worst perpetrator of this rule.
Tonight after his bath (after we cornered the naked wonder in our bedroom) and after he was fully clothed and dried, Zippy said it was time for bed. Baba looked at me, started waving, and said, "Nigh-Night." And then took off running for his bed. He loves his big boy bed with the Spiderman sheets. He also loves pretending to fall asleep so we leave his room and he gets up to play. He hasn't learned that he has to play quietly to avoid detection.
Yes, I am avoiding doing my homework and blogging instead. Thanks for asking.