Is it just me, or does it always look like Drew is up to something? Translation: up to no good! Considering he is the baby brother, you’d think he would be more mellow or mesmerized with what Aiden is up to and be more of a copycat. But no! He totally acts like an only child or older brother most of the time. He “copies” only long enough to master the skill and then he takes it to the next level.
Auntie Margo calls him the “Hamburgler”. Check him out sneaking around Aiden in Pumpkin Day. Sneaky little fella! As if he could sneak away a pumpkin as big as he is tall! HA!
See that fork he’s eyeballing? I think first, he realized we’d given him a non-kid friendly, big person’s, REAL fork.
Then, my Little Honey Badger must be thinking he could probably spear the entire pizza pie for himself before anyone blinks an eye! Same little mischievous grin!
Here, he’s climbed up onto a chair that he shouldn’t have been able to reach alone. Thank goodness Uncle Phanny was near enough to plop down next to him to keep him from falling off! The chair has no arms (bad, identity crisis chair, long story)!
At first, I couldn’t figure out how he did it, being that his legs are chubby little stubs and all. Turns out, he pulled the couch pillows down and put them on the floor in front of the chair. Not one, but TWO pillows and placed them in a step-ladder fashion and climbed up on his own. He was so proud of himself for figuring this one out, he’s practically gloating at P.
OH – and his giggle. That pure, deep belly laugh that could only come from a happy baby. I just love it when my boys laugh that way.
And alas, my Little Honey Badger with the soft ducky hair, born in the year of the Tiger, has worn himself out.
Sweet, mischievous Honey Badger dreams, my little Love.
All goodness, even when you’re up to no good; I could just eat up that grin and those cheeks all day long.
…Boy, am I going to be in trouble come his High School days…