Like father like son.
Earlier tonight when I got busy at work, I told Asher to "go adjust the bear". You see, in our office, we have an adjustabear. It's a bear whose back clicks when you push on it. It's basically a tool to help kids who are a little fearful of being adjusted. It allows them to do an adjustment first. I thought it was such a great thing. Yeah, most kids aren't impressed.
Anyway, back to the story. So I told Asher to go adjust the bear, and he immediately went, picked up the bear, put it on the table, and went to work. It was SO funny. I had no idea just how much he knew. I guess he knows so much because he's been adjusted since the day he was born. It's just funny to see his knowledge in action. Check him out:
First, he had the bear lay face down.Yep, he definitely has a misalignment right there...
Let me give you a little adjustment here...and here...one more right here...Got them! You're subluxation free, little bear!My job's done here. Power's on!Come back again soon!For those who may need an adjustment but can't afford Channing's fees, come see Dr. Asher. Since he's still in training, he'll give you a good deal. :) He'll get your power turned on and have you functioning better than ever!
On a side note, does his outfit look girly? You see, I don't think it does. I think it's super cute. It was a gift, and they are actually pretty expensive pjs, but I think they can double as clothes as well (I want to get the money's worth out of this outfit).
Last Saturday, he wore this outfit to a birthday party, and a woman told me how "cute" my little girl was. When I got him home, Channing saw him and said, "Why do you have that girl outfit on Asher?" I disagreed with him and told him that it is not a girl's outfit and doesn't look at all like a girl's outfit. Yeah, thing is, when we went to eat that night, two different men and different times told me how cute my little girl was. Hmmmm...am I being biased? Missing something? No one ever thinks Asher is a girl. Tristan was always mistaken for a girl, even when he was three and wearing jeans and football jerseys. Asher is always recognized as a boy.
So what are your honest thoughts? Girly? I probably won't change the outfit because I think it's cute, but I just still have to know. :)
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Like father like son.