"My teacher said, 'Yes.'"
"She said, 'Yes,' that she would put up the snack sacks in the classroom."
"Oh!" I said with surprise. I had forgotten that we had talked about that.
"Do you want me to bring the ones we've been keeping?"
"No. That was K. We are now in 1st grade."
He looked down pensively and paused for a long while. "Okay," he concluded.
"That's cool!" I said, truly excited. "What should we do today?"
"We've already done that. And it's not Halloween anymore."
"See, I don't have any ideas."
"You have an infinite number of ideas."
"Brainstorm," he said to himself. "How about something Christmas?"
"Um, next would be Thanksgiving."
"Okay, do a turkey."
"A real turkey or a cooked one?" I asked mostly as a joke. I knew what he meant.
"Real," he replied. I did a search and handed him my iPhone. He picked quickly and asked, "Is this too much details?"
"No. I can do that."
This was a coloring page reference so everything was just floating. I felt compelled to put the turkey on the ground even if it was just a few lines that gave the sense of a location.
"Heh," he said. "Cool. But his toes should have been behind the pumpkin."
I had to laugh that he noticed.
"You just didn't notice, right?" he said, giving me the benefit of the doubt.
"I noticed, but I drew the pumpkin too far away," I explained. I pointed out how it appeared in the reference drawing, adding, "See here. The pumpkin should have touched his chest over here." I pointed. He paid close attention. "I didn't want to draw extra long toes, so I just drew them normal size."
He studied both the reference and the drawing some more before nodding his head in full comprehension.