4.29.2009

Ever since we babysat the family of five children, Henry has been an entirely different little boy in his interactions with other kids. He is more agressive and more playful. This week we had a friend over for a few hours and Henry loved the company! He spent most of the time trying to to attack his new friend Taylor, and Taylor spent most of the time trying to get Henry to leave him alone.

Our next door neighbors have a dog, and everytime Henry sits down to eat and he hears the dog barking he insists on standing up to watch- we really need something to tie him into his high chair. It is really quite dangerous. If we turn our backs for an instant, he is up and turned around.


I found this the other day when I walked in Henry's room at bedtime. Taylor didn't seem to even notice that Henry had stopped listening-he just kept on reading. This is what happens when we try and read a book that isn't a touch and feel book.

6 comments:

Erin said...

Awesome pictures. It's fun to see such big personalities in little kids. (Yikes . . . did I just use the word kid in reference to Hank? He's supposed to be a baby still).

Rebecka said...

I love that Taylor is reading to himself. I think he just got caught up in the story and didn't notice that Henry was lost.

Annie O said...

What is Taylor reading? And YIKES, tie that baby to the radiator when he looks out the window or put bars on the window!

Kent and Leisy said...

he's getting cuter by the day (hank).

Amy and Craig said...

Our Taylor was like that. He can sit for nearly an hour now. he loves reading books! hurray! it's one of my fav things to do with him. try the i spy books that are for babies, they have pix of objects and then they find them. taylor loves those. or there's a really cool book called Letter City he might like (he might be a little young, but you'll love it).

Kent and Leisy said...

new post please.