This is his phone and his ipod both in there lockdown prison, AKA my dresser drawer. Someone will be going to bed super early tonight. I think I'll let the public decide. How long should I leave these precious items in their prison? Keep in mind he does not need his phone to communicate, we still have the house phone and he is not social so he is never without one of us. He did however attempt to plead his case to get his phone back. He said I sure hope I'm not lost somewhere without my phone. I asked, where will you be lost? He said the forest.......Ha Ha...cuz we here in the suburbs are surrounded by "the forest" that he is forever getting lost in.
Perry being an only child he gets away with more than the average child, because I have nothing to compare it to, it's learn as you go parenting. Funny todays Fairfield Middle School announcements email included an attachment warning about the risks of insufficient sleep. I'm pretty sure they sent that right after I left the building.