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An Antidote to Bickering

Fisher sits down to focus on his Family Day poster. Meanwhile, Cory heads over to their “office” (a corner of the family room where they have a table next to bins with all their art supplies). At first, she is clacking away with a hole punch. Both twins love a hole punch.

He wants to be a vet when he grows up.

C: Daddy, how do you spell “love”?
D: L-O-V-E.

If he could wish for anything, it would be snow all over California.

C: Daddy, how do you spell “happy”?
D: H-A-P-P-Y.

His ideal destination is Tahoe.

C: Daddy, how do you spell “poster”?
D: P-O-S-T-E-R.

His favorite color is back to orange (from about a year-long stop at pink).

D: Cory, what are you making?
C (walking over and handing her finished piece to Fisher): I love you, Fisher. Happy poster!
F: Thanks, Cory.

There’s something about Family Day that stops the bickering.

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