What can YOU say in six sentences?
No matter what he points to, asking his kid what it is, the answer’s always the same.
“What’s this?” he asks.
“Pee dog,” says the son.
“I think you’re a pee dog,” he teases, after his son says pee dog for about the millionth time.
Later, when it’s time for lunch, they unpack a stack of pee dog sandwiches and a thermos full of pee dog soup, open up a couple pee dog Snapples and have at it in real pee dog style, munching and slurping away in a companionable pee dog silence, the first since their arrival.
He seems like a pretty good pee dog dad.