I absolutely love my son. He is smart, funny, and very loving. He has a wonderful sense of humor, and he is charismatic and Charming. Now that he is an adult, he is the best kid that any mom could want. When my son was a small child, he was mischievous and full of questions. He would spend all day asking a thousand different questions. If I tired of answering the questions, he would find something else to occupy his time. I remember a time when he was 5 years old. I remember his age specifically, because he just started the kindergarten. My wife and I came home from work, and the bathroom toilet was clogged. I could not drain the clogg, no matter how hard I tried. I had to call a plumber. The plumber made us wait until the next day, because we had another toilet in the house. The plumber did not consider that an emergency. When he came to drain the clog in the morning, he used a camera to locate the problematic area. The problem was 6 ft from the toilet. The plumber could not identify the clog, until he cleared the drain. When he fished out all of the disgusting muck, we saw an assortment of LEGOs, army men, and Micro Machines. I had a strong and stern talk with my son, and we didn’t let him use the bathroom alone for a whole month. The drain clogging service cost us a fortune. I still remind my son about his bathroom antics, every time he complains about his kids.