Son #2 has a tendency to get a bit of eczema on his elbows and knees. To combat the itchy and dry skin, we use anti itch creams, soothing lotions, and roll on Cortizone medication. After his bath, Son #2 kneels down and examines the tubes carefully. Then with a huge smile on his face, he picks out a remedy that he would like to use that night.
One night, Son #2 decided to use the Cortizone medication. He reached down with his little hands and slowly investigated the letters on the bottle. Then, he began to point to the letters he recognized. "Look Mommy!" Son #2 exclaimed. "C!"
"O!" Son #2 continued.
"Wow! What else do you see?" I asked.
"Oh! I see R!" Son #2 yelled with delight.
"Eeee!" Son #2 screamed. My little boy furrowed his brows for a moment as he peered at the other letters on the bottle. All of a sudden, Son #2 looked up and announced. "Mommy! It says Curious George!"
"Huh?" I said in a confused tone. "What are you looking at?"
Son #2 pointed to the word Cortizone. "Curious George!"
"Noooo." I laughed. "That says Cortizone."
"No Mommy." Son #2 said gravely. "It says Curious George."
"No Baby. That's not the way Curious George is spelled." I explained as I ran to his room to grab a library book with the correct spelling of the beloved cartoon character.
Yet, Son #2 would not be dissuaded. "No Mommy. That's Curious George" He said as he pointed to the bottle of Cortizone.
Well to make a long story short, Curious George won out over Cortizone that night. You don't need to worry, though. I'll eventually convince Son #2 that the bottle is actually Cortizone.