After breakfast, it's time to play which means running around the house hissing with his snake. And then leaving it for Mom to find here:
Why he loves leaving his snake on my nightstand and bed, I don't know. I mean he's fine dropping all of his other toys all over the house. I'm nervous this is a sign of things to come.
After leaving me my present, he opts for some light reading.
At the dinner table, to be truly proper. Because you learn more when you read at the table people. If that's not the case, I have no idea why he's always climbing up by himself, with a handful of books to enjoy.
Then when he notices my picture-snapping, he always makes sure to get a cheese-grin in.
And don't worry, this boy still crashes anywhere when nap-time rolls around. Anywhere.
Yes, his feet are resting against the wall a good foot above the floor. But 12:30 pm hit and that means time to sleep. Now.
This includes bedtime when he's trying to get comfortable, and suddenly it's too late - *snap of the finger* sleep now!
Even if you have your legs squished Indian-style against the crib railings.
Then when my picture-flashing slightly disturbed him, he simply stretched out to a more comfortable position...
...with his legs parallel to the crib railing. Because that seems so much more comfortable. But it doesn't matter to Ammon, never has. He just keeps on sleeping :)
But that's my boy. He's cool with things. He doesn't need to talk, grunting works just find for him. Things in life are chill - no need to complicate them.
Even after lunch is over, he's cool just reclining with his sippy in his high-chair and waiting to be washed (he seriously assumes this position daily after his meal is finished).
As long as food isn't involved this kid is cool, and that's one of the many reasons I love him :)