#MicroblogMonday – Sherlock

Seeing and hearing my kids grow up and learn is just amazing. It isn’t usually anything amazing in and of itself, but something I’ve not noticed them do before.

This was an observation Paxlet had recently while we were out for a walk.

*We follow some tire tracks in the snow and then see a parked van around a corner*

Paxlet says, these tire tracks must come from that van. Then he says, these other tracks must be older because they are covered by snow. I told him I agreed with him, as there wasn’t much else to add.

When I told this to Mr Siili, he laughed and said we’ve got a regular Sherlock on our hands. Next Paxlet was going to tell us in which direction someone was walking when they tossed a can on the ground and at what time of the day/night it was.

MicroblogMonday For more microposts, go visit Mel’s post at Stirrup Queens.

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9 thoughts on “#MicroblogMonday – Sherlock

  1. Oh, lovely. The powers of observation are amazing — and often lost in technology and social media later (says the 8th grade teacher). What a lovely little Sherlock you have!

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