Sidekicks, like toddlers, are clearly a danger to themselves. Any superhero knows this. That’s why Superman works alone. It’s also why one of Batman’s main responsibilities is stopping Robin from accidentally killing himself or getting kidnapped by the Joker. IncrediDad has to look out for Boy Wonder in the same way. Why? Because toddler judgement is terrible that’s why.
You heard me right. With the advent of eating solids. saying a few words clearly (No and Da-da are the favorites right now; usually in the same sentence.), and walking, all the bat-signs are indicating that our little crime fighter has finally entered toddlerhood.
There’s this law of physics stated somewhere that as soon as you put a toddler down, they make a move for the nearest and most dangerous, out-of-bounds
I dare you to show me an animal with less of a self-preservation instinct than the toddler. But I also dare you to find me a tougher animal. Mentally and physically these guys show determination, endurance, and enthusiasm that sounds exhausting to me. Actually, hang on while I take a nap on the couch
Nevermind about the nap, somebody wanted a diaper change and I had to change my plans. Speaking of that, toddlers are some of the most flexible people I’ve ever met
When things in life don’t go according to plan, the tough toddler will exhibit a determination to reach his goal no matter the obstacles no matter how long he has to cry, and with no regard for his personal safety. To look at my son’s bruises and scrapes, you would swear he was the world’s youngest prizefighter. You’d only be partially right. Believe me, this kid knows how to brawl. Those are battle scars from the coffee table, the parking lot, the bathtub, and anywhere else he tried his new walking legs. But he keeps walking, stumbling, and bumping into things . . . the point
He’s toddler tough.