Pete is at that age where he correctly uses, on average, one new word every day.
I made brownies today. When they were done, I spread chocolate chips on top and put it back in the oven for one minute to soften them. Then I spread the melted chocolate all over and left it on the stove to cool.
Hours later, the top is still gooey. It will harden to a thin crust eventually.
Pete got up from his nap to discover someone had left a chair in the kitchen. He relocated it to the stove and was using his hands and a measuring spoon from the drawer right there to dig in to the icing. He was covered in chocolate.
No, I didn’t bother to take a picture. Maybe the next time – as I’m sure there will be many of those.
I began to wash him up, and Jenny got a hand-held mirror so he could see himself. He smiled broadly at the image of the little tyke in the mirror. And then he said his new word for the day: