Henry is afraid of the clothing dryer.
Like seriously dude?
Of all the things this kid could be afraid of...he decides to be scared of the dryer. The kid doesn't flinch at loud noises. He has no fear of new people. In fact, he happily lunges into the arms of anyone who holds their arms out for him. Of couse, as a mother, this baffles me after hearing horror stories of seperation anxiety, but not Mr. Henry. His kryponite is the dryer.
Our dryer is in our hallway. It's behind a door that stays closed 95% of the time, BUT if you open that door, he will crawl away screaming. If the door is open and he on one side of the door frame and we are on the other, he will sit at the other edge and wail. See...
If you can't tell...That's Henry....crying...staring at the dryer....It's bizarre.
If he was an adopted child, I would be convinced that he had once been put into a dryer. Not the case, though. Sigh..
What is so scary about a dryer? Am I just not seeing it? What are your kids afraid of??