The single-mindedness of kids continues to floor me. Brennon gets on these stints of obsession—it’s quite amazing, really.
Right now, it’s Cub Scouts; he eats, breathes, and drinks it.
Example#1: An inexplicable need to wear his entire scouting uniform every time he works on scouts. Which was daily, until…
Example#2: Mother had to mandate that he put the scout book away until after Christmas. Stop achieving, child.
Example#3: Telling his friend Ethan that he couldn’t play after school (3:00) because he had to get ready for pack meeting (6:00). Devout.
Example#4: The title of the scout master in the ward has been shortened to “Master.” This yields sentences like, “You did a great job on your talk, Master!” Et cetera.
The boys worry that he will be one of those nerds at scout camp with no friends, but I relish in his joys.