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BOTD 08-02-2015 Can I Come Out now? - A Leti Production

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It has been raining and your sons Larry (9) and Lucas (7) are stuck inside.  The boys have been on each other throats for a while. You send them to their rooms to chill out and tell them that you will call them when they can come out.

Larry - 9
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After just 5 minutes you hear your Lucas' voice and go to his room and see him climbing on the door. He says he is bored and ask if he can come out? (Larry is resting on his bed and does not seem to be involved in Lucas' antics.)

Lucas - 7
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Can Lucas come out? Or, perhaps something will be coming down?

Can you dig it?

John Boy

First off he knows he shouldn't climb the door frame, second, I told him when he can come out so, no not yet.


Stevie thought this BOTD was going to involve a cute teen coming out of the closet and all...

Now he's too disappointed to answer the question... 

Stevie Crying or Very sad

David M. Katz

Perhaps I have time to engage Lucas in an age appropriate board game? (Larry could join too if he wants.)

Cleverly disguised as a responsible adult.


Ditto JB


Editor Extraordinaire
I'm with Katz, this time.



They were sent to their rooms to 'chill out' which Larry seems to be doing. Lucas is going to get a final warning that chilling out does not mean climbing door frames so either he can settle down or I will take further action which will involve his jeans coming down and him climbing over my lap.


ditto Ivor


I probably have cabin fever as bad as the boys do, and I probably let them get on my nerves.

I'm going to explain to Lucas why I separated them, and what I expect from him.

I think I'm going to tell Lucas that this is not a time out, but a chill out time. I want him to play - quietly - in his room, by himself, for at least ten minutes. If that seems to get to him, I'll make a couple of suggestions.

In the meantime, I'm going to take those ten minutes, take a few deep breaths, and then I'll find time to do something with the boys, so we can all relax our cabin fever a bit.

But I'll also throw in a warning about leaving each others throats alone, if they want me to leave their bottoms alone.

"In the end, it's just a story. But if you ask me, it's all true."


I agree with Ivor. I will suggest he gets a book out and read that for a bit. It sounds like Larry almost welcome the break from his hyperactive little brother.


Ditto Ivor and Jack

Hugs kal

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