No really.  We figured this out on Sunday.

Most of what he says to us is just updates about the world around him that are completely obvious to everyone else too, like that Junior is walking ahead of us or he has his shoes on.  Apropos of nothing, he’ll let me know his thumb is better, because he happened to notice it.  He doesn’t reveal any secondary reason for telling us, like he’s excited his thumb is better or he wants to go outside so he put his shoes on.  He just SEES and then SAYS.  No context or motivation.  He noticed something, and he wants everyone else to know he noticed it too.

And that’s all Twitter is, right?

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