Nine times out of ten, if I tell KJ not to do something, or yell at him for doing something, he gets this smirk on his face. He seems to be mocking me. As if to say, “you’re not really going to punish me for that.” Any time I see it, he goes straight to timeout. I cannot have my child thinking it’s funny when I’m yelling at him, that’s just not good, especially since I’m outnumbered.
KJ is really into giving hugs and kisses right now. His hugs are the best. He really wraps his arms around you and squeezes and likes to nestle into you. It’s very sweet.
He desperately wants barrettes or a pony tail in his hair when we put them in the girls’ hair. I keep telling him that he doesn’t have enough hair for it, which is true. Any time Gretch does put something in his hair, it’s out in thirty seconds.
He’s quite picky about what he wants to eat right now. Much like Elisha, it changes from day to day. KJ is definitely our sleeper. Naps, bedtime, whatever, if he lays down, he’s asleep. I don’t see that changing any time soon.