Last night, when I got home from work, my son said to me, "Daddy, Disney Channel!" Meaning, of course, 'I wanna watch some cartoons.' I asked him if he wanted to watch cartoons in English or Korean (our actual Disney Channel switched to dubbed Korean a few months back, instead of the old English with Korean subtitles that most Korean kids that age can't read). My son opted for English cartoons last night (meaning stuff I've downloaded and put on a USB stick to slot into the DVD player).
When I put it in, he decided he wanted to watch Dungeons & Dragons. Yes, the old cartoon from the 80's. He's quickly become a fan of it. After 2 episodes, he watched some Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, and one episode of Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. Then it was time for bed.
Tonight, he again asked me, "Daddy, English Disney Channel! I want to see Dungeons & Dragons!" Boy, was I stoked! Then he said, "No Holly." Slight bummer. That meant no Land of the Lost (of course the original 70's one!). Still, while we lacked in sleestaks, we made up for it with orcs, lizard men, and Venger! We rewatched the same episodes as yesterday (and the Spider-Man episode as well).
And while we were eating dinner, my son came running up with a blanket over his head. I asked if he was Sheila the Thief, and he said no, he was Flynn the Thief.
Now I really can't wait until he's old enough to game! Just a few more years...
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