Personality and Genetics

December 20, 2010 by Rieshy

My 14 year old was wandering around looking at everyone's ears last week.  She was filling in a chart about attached and free earlobes.  Freshman biology genetic chart. 

I have a more important question; do you pull back the shower curtain (SS) to check for a boogie-man in order to feel safe?  Or, do you keep the shower curtain spread from wall to wall (ss), thus forming a shower curtain force-field that is boogie-man-proof?

It's quite amusing watching our children with opposing personalities/genetics share a bathroom.  Definitely more amusing than earlobe charts.

In the middle of the night, in the dark,  my 4 year old will yank open the shower curtain before using the potty.  Me?  Not in a million years, in the dark, would I breach the magical boogie man force field. 

Filling in the chart Ss.


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