(Jodie is making dinner in the kitchen. In dining room, Caleb checks Craigslist to make sure no one has posted any new trucks or tractors in the five minutes since he last checked it. Adeline toots on a duck call that Xiola gave her for Christmas. This goes on for a solid six minutes before anyone intervenes.)
Caleb: Adeline. I know you just got that for Christmas, but can you please stop?
Adeline: But I’m just calling ducks.
Caleb: I know, but it’s getting annoying.
(Jodie’s head pops off and rolls around the kitchen at the idea that Caleb is putting a stop to something he finds “annoying”.
Adeline continues blowing into the call.)
Caleb: Adeline, I asked you to stop.
Adeline (stops blowing long enough to say): I don’t wanna.
(Caleb walks over and puts his hand out in the universal parenting sign of, “hand it over.” Adeline puts the duck call in Caleb’s hands.
Caleb proceeds to play the duck call for a solid six minutes.
Three minutes in, Jodie walks over, picks up her head and puts it back on her body, as the universe has now been restored to a state of normalcy.)