Pump It Up

So my 2.5 year old son went to a place called pump it up today. It's like a big indoor playground with loads of inflatable games. The problem was that when we told him where he was going, he kept saying the pumpkin patch. He loved the pumpkin patch, and I knew he would love pump it up as well. But I didn't want him to be confused. I get like this a lot. I think something is going to turn out differently than it does. I get all excited about my perceived result, but it doesn't come. So when the real result happens, I'm disappointed, even though it may even be a good thing. It all comes down to keeping your expectations real. JM

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