Life as a SAHWAHD can certainly get crowded when everything and everybody want all your attention. Nobody said it would be easy, though.
In true humanlike manner, Jordan is becoming more and more his own person, and one who doesn't follow every rule, except when he has to.
Case in point: I made mention to a karate mother a couple of weeks ago how Jordan was beginning to settle down a tad in his boisterousness, but not so much that it was alarming. Just taking more care with his actions in groups, where actions might matter.
The words were barely out of my mouth before Jordan talked the woman's son into having a contest to see which one could spit out his mouthpiece the farthest. We just watched in silent, unbelieving horror.
And that reminded me of throwing Frisbees in the 70s. My friends and I were pretty good at it, but almost every time we tried to brag beforehand about some great move we were going to perform, it didn't happen. So the best advice for predicting the path of a Frisbee or the actions of a four-year-old boy is to say simply, "Watch this."