Alice has a habit of just barging into our room and her brother’s room when the door is closed. We’re working on this. This morning, I was getting ready to get into the shower, but I was still dressed as Alice started opening the door.
“Knock, Alice. Knock. We knock before we come in.”
Alice stops and with the door cracked open, knocks. “Hello…?”
“Yes Alice, what is it?”
At this point it’s almost like Les Nessman insisting that people knock on his invisible door, but we learn by practicing.
“Can I come in?”
“Yes Alice, you can come in.”
“Good morning daddy! How was your sleep?”
“OK, but I feel very tired. It snowed last night. Have you looked at it yet?”
“Yes. It’s fabbalous.”
And that was my greeting this morning.