Krisha bought a car that will reliably get her to her job in Pigeon Forge. She starts to describe it in a baby-talk voice. Frank’s great-uncle Bill liked to use baby talk to get laughs. When she was a teenager, Frank’s mom chastised her uncle Bill for using baby talk in front of his children.

Krisha tries to get Frank to use baby talk but he struggles. His children and grandchildren have good diction.

Frank ordered a magic kit as a birthday gift for his grandson Artie. Frank helped him learn one of the tricks while on FaceTime. Artie performed the trick at his birthday party that evening.

Artie’s great-aunts both wanted to give him hand puppets. After some initial confusion, Frank’s daughter got it sorted out.

Frank’s new neighbor has noisy dogs. Frank heard them barking loudly at 12:30 a.m. and was tempted to text the neighbor. What should he do?

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