I brought this up a few weeks ago about how different my boys are. One can do certain things that the other can't and vice versa. They really are two unique kids with abilities they have picked up from both my wife AND I. Not a day passes that we don't find out something new about our kids and some amazing ability that they are able to master.
While certain things like reading, writing, and drawing haven't come as easy to Carter as they did Tyler, it's the simple life skills that he has seemed to master so well. Take for example crossing his eyes:
So yes Carter can be a little strange at times, even downright scary at others, but it's these abilities that make him stand out. Tyler on the other hand will never have to worry about his eyes staying crossed forever, as it just seems this is something that he is never going to accomplish:
I'll give him an "A" for effort, but hopefully this is not something that will hold him back in life. I would hate to see the day when he is asked to look at something on the end of his nose. He might just make himself dizzy and fall down trying.
Kids. They are so quirky.