He’s an ornery little boy.
And he’s going to jump out of the bag and show EVERYTHING!
It looks to me like the doctor had come ‘cos years ago they came with a satchel. And when I was a nurse, a couple of times, I had to go with the doctor with the bag. And he looks like he’s really happy that he’s got in there. But I notice that on that one, on his left hand he only has four fingers.
He jumped in the doctor bag.
He’s sort of, kinda, proud of himself.
He threw everything out of the bag, so he could crawl into it.
He didn’t want to get a shot.
First of all, he wanted to see what was in the bag – at that age they want to explore everything.
He looks like and imp – nah, nah, na, nah, na, na – he looks kinda proud of himself that he got away with it.
He says, “My dad wants me to be a doctor, but ‘ha, ha, ha’!”
He maybe thought it was a potty. That would be a kid thing.
What do you think he would say? If he could say something. Oh, but maybe he can’t talk.
“I can get in here, but you can’t!”
My friend Marge would say, “Sorry about your luck!”
Maybe he’s looking at his mom or his dad.
Maybe someone is making faces at him.
Maybe he has a twin brother and he’s standing there wanting to get in the bag, too.
That’s double trouble.
The bag’s pretty big.
“I can do this, but you can’t”. “I’m not going to make room for you either.”
He’s performing for somebody.
He’s smiling so, that he’s posing and he’s showing his little teeth.
Maybe he has some food in there.
Maybe some suckers for getting a shot…
Maybe it’s a stash of something and I’m not gonna tell you what it is…
He looks really satisfied with his lot in life.
We all keep saying a boy, but it’s probably a girl?
But it looks like an ornery little boy.
Maybe he’s saying, “If I could just get this thing shut, they won’t be able to find me to give me a shot.”
They like to play tricks when they think they are the master of all. Maybe he’s playing hide and seek.
Maybe it’s a diaper bag.
I have a feeling he went in head first and he stood up and said, “See I made it!” He’s too small to go in otherwise, unless somebody placed him there.
Story by Ila Jo, Barb, Nancy, Fran, Donna, Helen & Jean.