Today’s count: one pediatrician, three cows

I got the privilege to take my five year old to the pediatrician this morning after he’s been complaining of sinus pain for the past few days. He’s had a lingering cold and I was suspecting a sinus infection. His doctor confirmed it and we came back home with a round of antibiotics (ah, the never-ending deja vu scenario of many parents of small children…).

While we were waiting for his pediatrician, my son started playing with the wooden activity cube occupying the majority of the floor space of the tiny examination room. I kneeled down to be next to him and I noticed these two cows on the top of the cube:

Wooden farm activity cube with cows

Wooden farm activity cube with cows

But wait, there’s more! Can you guess what may be hiding behind this door?

Door on wooden farm activity cube

Door on wooden farm activity cube

Time to see what’s behind this door. Drumroll, please. Ta-da!

Cow on wooden farm activity cube

Cow on wooden farm activity cube

If you guessed zebra, you need to review your animal patterns. If you guessed cow, you’re correct and you’ve been reading this blog too much.

Now you can go look at this farm activity cube on Amazon and you’ll actually see there are more cows than these three I took pictures of. They are cows pretty much on every cube side except the bottom part. Our pediatrician walked in as we were playing with the cube, so unfortunately my observation period got cut short.

Once again, if you think you don’t see a cow every day, you’re probably just walking around with your eyes closed. Cows are everywhere.

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