Bow likes to take off my socks, one by one, then put one on, while using the other as a ball.
He did this several times yesterday.
Now, before you ask why I don't just give Bow a pair of socks of his own, I can tell you that he will not keep the socks on for long. For Bow, this is a fun game, but it would be torture to have to keep the socks on for any length of time. He feels the same way about clothes. He likes clothes, even likes trying them on, but they won't stay on for long.
When Bow was little he wore clothes, but as soon as he was big enough to make the decision for himself, he chose to do without. Bow remembers those days. We sometimes look at old pictures together.
Growing up means separating and individuating and choosing what to keep and what to discard from the traditions of your childhood. In this, Bow is no different from anyone else.