Everything this a preschooler does or experiences can be dramatic at times but this episode was different. There was an exhibited fear that I’d never seen before in Mr. Dude. He was more than uncomfortable. He was deeply frightened. I don’t know if there was a spider back there or not, but to him there was a spider back there on the window. The truth for him was that what may have in reality been dirt on the window was out to get him.
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Mr. Dude colored in his brand new coloring book and Abigail and I got to talk through out most of breakfast. It was glorious. Oh, and the food was great too. I had biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, bacon, grits, some apples and a few bites of Mr. Dude’s leftover pancakes. The best part? I didn’t have to do the dishes afterwards. All I had to do was pay and leave a tip!
While on the DreamWorks campus we were ushered into a theater where we got to not only watch the first three episodes, but do a Q & A with executive producer Joaquim Dos Santos (The Legend of Korra, Avatar: The Last Airbender) and co-executive producer Lauren Montgomery (The Legend of Korra).