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My Life As The Test Subject

On Friday Mom took me to a child physiology lab Duke University. I got to play a game there with a nice lady. I had to pick one of two tools to push a toy out of a tube. The trick was one tool was floppy and wouldn't work. I didn't let that fool me. The nice lady took my picture and timed me. I quickly figured out what I had to do. I really impressed Mom and the lady. When I was done they gave me a free t-shirt.

On Saturday I went to Zander and Megan's joint birthday party. My favorite thing was trying to climb the side of the staircase. I love doing that. For some reason Mom kept pulling me away. She wasn't too happy when I kept trying to go explore their garage either.


Picking the right tool for the job.

Pushing the toy out with the tool.


/Alden

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