Monkey See, Monkey Do…is a saying that originated in Jamaica in the early 18th century and popped up in American culture in the early 1920s. The saying refers to the learning of a process without an understanding of why it works. Another definition implies the act of mimicry, usually with limited knowledge and/or concern of the consequences. – Wikipedia
We are spending a lot of time at the home of our daughter and son-in-law keeping their 2 year old occupied so mommy can rest while waiting for the twins to be born.
Since I am still working online I bring my computer to get some work done. Our grandson has been having fun with me by sneaking up and pushing the power-off button when I am not looking. Of course it messes me up but he thinks it is great fun. Part of each morning is also spent watching “Thomas the Train” and playing pre-school games on Mary’s iPad.
Yesterday he came down the hallway with his toy laptop, sat down next to me and pretended he was working right along with me.
Today we brought our haircutting equipment and Mary gave me a buzz cut while Ryan watched. Then he got his hair cut too. The back yard has a lot of little white tuffs of hair blowing around and a few little bunches of blond hair doing the same.
We should be careful what we do….someone is watching!!