Three things I don’t know how my kids learned:
- All three sleep on their bellies. We were big “back-to-sleep” parents, so its not like we were putting them down that way. I am, and always have been a belly sleeper, but they have been in their own room since they were just months old - there is no way this is a learned behavior. I guess two of them could have learned it from the other, but its odd that they all ended up that way.
- What is it, from a genetic standpoint, that makes kids not eat crust? I eat my crusts; my wife eats her crusts. At 2.5 years old our kids haven’t been around any other children who refuse their crusts. And yet…no crusts
- They all like to have their ears covered when they sleep. This is something my wife does. I wasn't really totally aware of that fact until she mentioned it in reference to the kids. Its not like we talk about it – or again – is something they would see.
Nature? Nurture? What do you say?