Jack doesn’t do favorites. He likes all the colors. He likes a variety of cookies and books and animals and activities.
He likes how he looks in black and red.
He doesn’t like obnoxious cartoons. He swears that the sole purpose of Johnny Test is to be annoying.
He prefers Mystery Incorporated and What’s New Scooby-Doo? over the original Scooby-Doo cartoons. He says the artwork looks better.
Jack thinks skateboards are the worst toys ever. He’s “not into” cars or trains.
He’s obsessed with aliens and monsters. He likes dragons a lot, too.
He totally hates it when someone talks about (or jokes about) bodily functions. It will ruin his day and any friendship.
He thinks spiders are cute.
Jack says cancer is “the most boring thing ever.” He doesn’t want to talk about it.
He won’t wear jeans or tank tops. He doesn’t like pants with buttons. He likes knit hats.
He doesn’t drink juice – only water and milk and sometimes Vitamin Water. Oh and he hates carbonation!
Playing in dirt is not his idea of a good time. Sticky things are even worse.
Despite his parents’ love of board games, he’s not that into them. And he’s only now liking coloring – at least if he’s coloring dragons. He did seem to inherit a love of crafts, though.
Jack can read really well. Recently he’s read some 60-page books. We read three books every night before bed – one from school that he reads and two chapter books that I read to him.
Plush animals are probably the number one toy for Jack. He has a ton of them (most are cats or monsters). Several sleep with him at night. When we are choosing the order of books to read at bedtime, he usually selects a plush to make the choice for him.
Our (mostly alive) cat Wicket also sleeps with him.
Jack draws and draws and draws. He’s been drawing since he was 2 years old and was handed a magnedoodle. We have boxes of his drawings and I don’t know what the heck to do with them all! He even draws on his schoolwork!
He’s awesome and I love him to pieces (even when he’s acting like a little jerk).