Saturday, December 06, 2014

Sad horse

You have to work really hard to wear a mask that covers your entire face, but still get across that you are very sad. Baby Plum does that, though.

Why is he sad? Not really sure. This child loves music, we got him into the choir a few months early, because he loves music so much. But here lately, he's refused to go to practices, or as this picture shows, pouted.

Once we left, he was fine. And he's now excited about being a horse in the Christmas musical.

But Baby Plum's been a tough nut here recently. He cries at the drop of a hat, pouts over everything, and doesn't obey at all. It's very frustrating.

I'm not sure if Baby Plum is just deciding to try out the terrible twos now, or what. Maybe he's been patiently waiting all of this time for his older brother to stop experiencing the terrible twos, thunderous threes, etc.? Maybe he knows Cheese Puff's time is coming, and he needs to sneak his in before that door fully closes?


Blogger Ann Wyse said...

I'm hoping it's a short lived phase for you! I'm encouraged by the fact that he was excited about being a horse when you got home.

11:34 PM  

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