When you have one seven or eight year old and another two or three year old, it’s the perfect combination for Dynamite.
First the eldest leaves things laying around, let’s say an open jar of olives, with juice and all.
Next the toddler wanderers over to investigate.
Before long that finely balanced situation is in danger of exploding.
The trigger could be several things:
- The eldest could lose her mind because of the kids fingers on her stuff.
- The toddler, with unending curiosity, will upset the balance of the universe and: knock, spill, drop, the jar of olives and juice.
This is just like mixing the ingredients of Dynamite.