Evan’s mom sent the following. Remember Evan, the little gardener planting his sunflower seeds. His seeds have popped out of the ground!
“We have these wild roosters and hens that like to come into our yard to eat the mulberries from our tree. In the past week, we noticed that they had chicks. There are two hens so two sets of chicks – 9 dark brown, and 5 light brown. Evan was really excited as he saw them following their mom. He noticed that there’s one that’s always left behind,just like in the cartoons. He went to get his binoculars so he could get a closer look. As he was watching them he also spotted a mongoose mom and two babies. He called me to take a look with his binoculars. I was enjoying watching them, too. Evan got impatient and said, “ok it’s my turn now.” I didn’t give it back, and he then said, “Mommy, give my binoculars back, this is like National Geographic! Since you don’t let me watch tv and use my ipad today, this is my National Geographic!!!” I love it when he is fascinated by the simple things in life, right outside our window! And this would’ve gone unnoticed, if his head was buried in the ipad or tv. ”
I rest my case, your Honor.