Specific, measurable and time-bound

November 15th, 2005 at 9:00 am by james

I have a new phone which is much better for blogging on the train but doesn’t have a camera and still looks uncomfortably like a highly functional brick. Perhaps this is what an intelligent housing system is.

Jo went to an art group yesterday morning and had a wonderful time painting with her fingers and a paint brush. I think Michelle enjoyed it too although staffing levels suggested that the cover charge just covered clean up.

Last night for the first time Jo told me about her actual day rather than her ideal day, her aggregated week-to-date, or her imaginary day. When I left for work in the morning I told her I’d be back at bathtime and when I was she said, “Dad, it bathtime and you come home!” and then launched into the tale of her day. She’s obviously getting to grips with the fundamentals of the passage of time although patience still seems to be somewhat beyond her …

3 Responses to “Specific, measurable and time-bound”

  1. gill adlard Says:

    What a bright little button can’t wait to see them both

  2. james Says:

    michelle says
    i forgot to tell james that when i kissed jo to say bye (nicole who has jo on mondays was also at the painting class and was taking her home with sebastian ) jo looked up from the game she was playing with ‘bassie’ in the back seat of the car and said ‘see you next week mom’

  3. Ben Says:

    We can’t wait to see them too!

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