DS will brush his teeth with his arm on the counter (yeah, the arm he's brushing with), bring his face down to the table where the napkin is so he doesn't have to lift the napkin while eating, wash his hair with his elbows on his knees (we gotta keep an eye on him because he lied about batheing himself when we left him to do it alone), "pretend" to make his bed by straightening only the top blanket rather than doing the ones underneath, etc.
Is this typical for a 7yo boy or is this extreme laziness? Trust me, if I see it it gets corrected, but of course, he still tries to get away with it. Is this a phase he'll just outgrow? Should I be saying something else? *sigh*
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