|Looks so cute, no? Would never anticipate that he can cry and fall on the floor over nothing with the best of them.|
Thanks to Lesley Colvin of KensingtonBlue for these amazing, unexpected pics!
It's taken me by surprise, and I'm at a little bit of a loss as to what to do. It seems so out of character for his easy-going, happy personality, but there you have it. When he doesn't get his way, he is a bit "precious" as they say here.
I need help - thoughts? What is the best strategy? I have either taken the tack of ignoring it completely, putting him in 30 second time outs if it is really bad (to which he often giggles - less effective), or laughing at him and making fun of him, which is surprisingly effective to get him to laugh at the situation, but perhaps I don't want him to get any attention at all?
|Like his dad and grandpa Toler, G gets attached to objects - cars and, recently, his tiger. He can now say both!|
|This is what happens, apparently, when you ask a professional photographer to watch your son for a weekend.|
Lesley, I don't know how you do it!
|"The twins" as they were called while we were in Madrid.|
|This is the laughing that occurs post-fit. Sometimes we get so mad, I rend my clothes!|