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One of my friends is yearning for the day when her son will sit still in a restaurant and finally eat like a regular human being. 

It will happen sooner than she thinks, I assured her. 

Just like someday my daughter will just sit in a chair and eat her meal without getting up, squirming around, twisting like a pretzel, switching seats or leaning across my body. 

And while that certainly sounds appealing, there is a definite joy in having her  wriggling about, and I am in no rush to see it end.

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