They all start the same way, "Mom?" "What?" They also usually hit me up with a "MOM?" when I'm driving and they are behind me.
This is just a few of the things that I had to be told, so as to avoid massive world ending catastrophes.
"I learned how to braid!"
"The Air Conditioner in my class is broken!"
"When I was in the shower my butt itched, so I scratched it. When I was scratching it I discovered HAIR, on my BUTT!"
"Can we go to the park?"
"Do we have any money?"
"I love you!"
My Middle Child, Robert:
NOTHING! He never tells me any little silly thing when were going down the road. I rarely remember him interrupting me at any other time either. It is really bothering me, so I started asking him, "Robert, did something happen today that you need to talk about?" Almost every time, the answer is "I got a 4!" or whatever number he got that day at school for "B" points. He thinks showing up and behaving is the most important thing, while his siblings are all worried about money and hair on butts.
I want him to notice the silly things, and I want them to be so important to him that he has to interrupt me from whatever I'm doing to tell me. I want him to look at me, and not the floor when he's talking to me. I want him to interact with his classmates and participate in classroom activities. He is doing none of these things.
I want to hear, "Mom?" and be able to say, "Yes, Robert?"
I want October 11th, the day we see the Neurologist/Psychologist, to hurry up!