We are different after all

Our son started quite early to disappoint us, or better: only me. First I expected him to be quite silent, smooth, not destructible due to external disturbances, etc. or in short: I expected him to be laminar. All indications – before he was delivered – were at least in that direction. His crying attacks aside, his trend to get infected quite easily as well as his sudden bursts of puke ejections have given more and more the indication that he is everything else than laminar.

Nevertheless there was some kind of band between us: he started to enjoy delicious Italian ice cream as did I, he couldn’t stop eating cookies, so did his daddy, etc. Being forced to check the temperature of his food by tasting it (just touching is apparently not enough, at least that was his expression the last time he complaint) I was disgusted by its taste and he seemed really to like it.

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