All Kids Go Through An “I’m A Lizard” Phase, Right?
2 years, 7 months.
I imagine that throughout your childhood, you will encounter various phases, which I look forward to the privilege of witnessing.
This one you’re in now, though… well, it’s pretty weird. In fact, I figure I might as well document it now before it’s gone.
You love pretending to be a lizard; especially when you see people you know.
My friend Jason was flying in from Houston and we were texting about seeing each other over the weekend.
I texted him: “Jack will like it if you make a lizard face when you see him- that’s his new thing these days.”
He replied: “I’m going to need a sample pic so I know what to do.”
I answered him: “Basically just pretend you’re slowly licking peanut butter off your upper lip.”
You were impressed.
The thing is, I’m not sure where this lizard phase of yours is coming from.
I wanted to tag it on your best friend Sophie, but I could just as easily see you being the one to introduce “lizardry” to her.
Here’s a clip of you two pretending to be lizards in the wagon:
What’s really interesting is, for a few months now, you’ve owned a headless dragon t-shirt that you’ve never worn until this week. Once I saw you in it for the first time, it was almost prophetic.
After all, a little boy who is now greeting people with his lizard impression should definitely be wearing a t-shirt that makes it look like his head belongs to the body of a dragon… which is sort of like a lizard.
In fact, you like this shirt so much now, that after you wore it to school on Monday, then slept in it that night, you asked to wear it again both Tuesday and Wednesday.
I’m assuming all kids go through an “I’m a lizard” phrase, right?
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