Monday, May 10, 2010

Sharing is Caring

One of the reasons Vince and I didn't want to wait too long to have our second baby is because of the idea that our kids might be close enough in age that they would be able to grow up playing with each other. Even so, we didn't expect Calliope to really be able to interact with Benjamin until she was at least a year or two old. Benjamin wasn't willing to wait that long.
.He spent the first month of Calliope's life peeking over the edge of her pack 'n' play, impatiently waiting for her to get up and play with him. A few weeks ago, he got tired of waiting and took matters into his own hands.
One afternoon while she was sitting in her bouncy chair, he started sharing his toys with her. Rather, he started bringing his toys over and piling them top of her. As the saying goes, if Mohammed can't go to the mountain, then the mountain must completely obscure Calliope. Or something.
And lest you start thinking that Benjamin's the only one having fun, take a look:
That looks like a smile to me!

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