What I’ve noticed recently about Isaac is that, well, toddlers do the strangest things. They not only do strange things, they act strangely. They want to cuddle and kiss and are cute one minute, the next they are screaming their heads off. Then, they are dragging you by your pinky finger around the house as if they are on a mission. A mission for….what? I have no idea. Then, they are sitting quietly in their room “reading” while you fill the dishwasher, water the wilting plants and throw in some laundry. And when I say, “they” I mean Isaac.
Apparently, and this might not be unique to toddlers, they love to fill buckets with water immediately on arriving to the beach. And then they will promptly dump it out once they settle back to their spot.
Again, by they, I mean Isaac.
Speaking of water, toddlers like to water the same tomato plan over and over, just to make sure it’s not thirsty anymore.
Toddlers need more water from the ocean once they dump out the first bucket of water they just got.
Toddlers give you a confused look when you remind them that the tomato plant will die if you hydrate it any more.
Toddlers (read: Isaac) try to get into wagons that are not meant to be squeezes into.
Toddlers don’t hear you the first or second time.
Toddlers are determined to get what they want.
Toddlers finally get the picture about the tomato plants and move on to bigger and better things.
Toddlers believe they are always right.
And of course, toddlers need more water from the ocean after they continue to immediately dump out the previous bucket of water.
And of course toddlers often point right at the camera when you take a picture.
And by toddlers, I mean Isaac.