2. Why (and this has been bugging me for weeks) does my RSS feed for some blogs work on some of our PC systems here and not on others? It's not even consistent. It works for some blogs on some PCs and some blogs on others. It seems to be quite random.
3. Why does the baby only want to play with things she's not allowed to have? Especially, right now, my computer mouse? There, I just gave her a spare keyboard - she might be happy with that for a while. She obviously wants to do the things I'm doing. She's got hunter-gathering instincts too. I always forget about this until I have a child this age again, but of course they all do it: going around looking for food. I feel like I'm thwarting her natural development by finding it for her. I perhaps should be leaving it in places where she can find it herself, but then our world becomes very messy and other problems ensue.
4. Why do people want to be persuaded to do things? Or not want to be persuaded to do things, just not want to do them? I'm not explaining this very well, but if it serves everyone to have clean pots on a shelf, why doesn't everyone want to clean the pots? I mean, really why? It's not hard work, is it? Washing a few pots is not difficult.
And the last one:
5. Where on earth do all the wooden bits of our pegboards disappear to? And the magnetic wooden clock numbers? I've searched the house and can't find them.
I have many more questions, but that will do for my home education for today - especially since the baby seems to want to drive my computer mouse again now. Thank you.