Development Dads - Intervention Interplay - Toddler
There are three women in the company who we refer to as the “Cat Ladies”. They have cats who are not cats but children. At least that’s what it sounds like when one overhears their conversations. The stories they tell about their cats are no doubt more exaggerated than the stories we tell about our children. This I know is true because I have heard them portray conversations they have had with their cats. For instance, I heard the Software Engineer Cat Lady say, “When I got home to Pi, he ran up to me and said, “Follow me over to the water bowl and see what I’ve dropped in there”. Or what about this statement coming from the Quality Assurance Cat Lady, “Peach is a flirt. She sits on the window ledge and entices all of the males in the neighborhood to come up to the window. They think she is gorgeous. - Of course, Peach denies these flirtations.” We wonder but do not ask: Does she really know what these male cats are thinking? Is Peach really that coy? Like I said, we don’t ask. There is nothing worse than the wrath of mothers especially when you question them about their children.
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