Then, when he got a year or two older, Evan went through a Captain Underpants stage. He would strip down to his underwear and jump off of the furniture and all kinds of stuff, fighting crime. Not that we necessarily have a lot of crime going on in our house but you never know. A super crime fighter could come in handy and perhaps he would have a future on that "Be The Next Superhero" reality series.
However, Evan's eight now and we still seem to be having an issue with this and I still wonder if people are looking in our windows. If I tell him it's time to go take a bath, he will very likely strip down right then and there, wherever he is in the house. I just hope no one ever yells "Bath time" at school for some reason. But, of course, if they did, I may have a whole different set of worries to deal with.
Anyway, has childhood innocence turned into an unhealthy tendency toward exhibitionism? Should I be writing to Dear Abby about this?