It's amazing how well kids adapt and how quickly they pick up on things.
As I type this post, Jade is preparing a doll for an EEG. She just finished measuring the scalp and is now systematically applying the conductive paste on the baby's head.
Given that she's a bit of a do-it-yourselfer when it comes to temperature-taking and other vitals, I'm beginning to wonder if Jade doesn't have a career in medicine waiting in store for her.
Of course, if she wants to be a surgeon, we'll have to make sure that she doesn't have any more of those arm twitches she's been having. It would be pretty frightening if she got one while holding a scalpel.
Dr. Jade (in the recovery room): Mr. Baxter, I have successfully removed 24 inches of your small intestine, three inches of your large intestine, half your liver and your gall bladder.
Mr. Baxter: But I came here to have my appendix out!
Dr. Jade: Oh, I got that too.