Ezra might be a bit obsessive compulsive.
Ok, maybe more than a bit.
We've seen these obsessions go in cycles. He will completely latch on to learning/playing a certain skill or toy and that is ALL he wants to do until he has mastered it. Conquered it. Then he moves on to the next thing.
Here's an example:
I like to call this period of his life the airplane period. I wrote about it here. We literally had dozens and dozens of airplanes made every day. Dozens and dozens.
We also had a train track period.
Then a coloring period.
And now his latest obsession (and this one is a doozy) is his drawing period. He draws all day long. I exaggerate not. All the day long. Cars, trucks, castles, spaceships, letters, letters, and more letters...
I saved all these papers over a 2 day period. Two days.
On the occasion that we have run out of paper or I forced him to take a break from drawing it is not unusual to see him tracing letters out in the air. In the air, folks. I told you this kid is obsessed!
If this obsession is still lasting around Christmastime all he is getting is markers and paper. Grandparents, take note.