JSL and I pack up and head out to get NHL from preschool soon after lunch most days (earlier if there is snow). Typically I put his coat on first and then toss mine one quickly. Here is what happened Friday as we were about to head out. As you will see this little guy has baby radar for things that he should not get!
Quickly finds the remote that was sitting on the couch next to him. I was shocked it did NOT go into his mouth. He was very proud of his accomplishment.
It dropped out of his hands and flipped over. He now saw all of the pretty buttons and was trying to figure out what to do next.
He flipped it over to the other side to make sure he did not miss something. Seriously, it must be a Y chromosome thing.
Decides that the other side is much more exciting and thinks about moving it back.
Then he must have been feeling guilty. Suddenly he gets this face and looks the other way, as if to pretend he had not been touching something that was not for him. Man they learn this cute and innocent things early.
See what I mean . . . this next one is the real kicker. How could you ever be mad at this face?
This is my new favorite picture – thanks to the big blue eyes and smile.
P.S. A big thank you to Uncle I and Aunt M for the great hat JSL is wearing. They gave it to him as part of his Chanukah gift. It fits perfectly and I love how cute it is.