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He Does It Because He’s Not Supposed To

He doesn’t know I’m here. But he knows the forks are in there.

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He’s looking for the pens. To write on the walls. Again.

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He found the cheddar chips. They were inside a high cabinet. But he learned chairs aren’t just for sitting on at dinner.

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It doesn’t matter than he just fell down the last two steps. He’s crying because he wants to go back up again.

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Even his brother is a toy.

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  • I can see that there’s never a dull moment with that one 😛

  • Boys…they’re something else! He’s a cutie while he’s getting in to mischief at least!

  • OH, you’ve got a little mischief maker on your hands. He’s a cute one though!

  • Hahha they are so cute!!! He sounds like my nephew, very curious about things!!!

  • Awww, he’s a real cutie! It looks like you’ve got your hands full.

  • What a little stinker! A cute one at that!

  • Gotta love the (not so) terrible toddler stage!

  • Raijean

    Little boys I tell, he’s too cute!

  • My daughter is going through one of those torture mom phases. I miss that little angel who turned into s mischievous wee boundary testing imp a few months ago.

  • Sounds like boys! 🙂 Your sons are so cute!

  • I’ve always wanted a boy, but then I hear the stories of how rambunctious they are and I have enough with my two precious girls.

  • LOL too cute even when he is misbehaving.

  • Oh my gosh that is so my 13 month old twins! If they even breath on the other tears begin and then it start in unison. Good Times. 🙂

  • Donna

    Are your boys opposites? My son never was one to get into mischief. He was an early reader and would spend hours reading instead of playing with toys… he was strange like that. I often wonder if I’d had another child if he/she would have been the opposite of him and been more mischievous. He is awfully cute!!!

  • Haha. I’m going through the same thing with my daughter. She gets into everything! She’ll be turning 2 in July, but I believe she has been going through the Terrible Twos for the past few months now.

  • Penelope

    No, both are very curious and stubborn 🙂 But my second is definitely easier going.

  • Oh you’ve got your hands full, but he is adorable!

  • Oh my goodness! I never had to go through that. My daughter was the kind of child that if you gave her some toys and told her to stay where she was…she would. I don’t know if I could handle all that curiosity and energy in a little one. Bless you mama!

  • I LOVE this post! I definitely could have taken a similar photo series with my son. I don’t know if it’s a boy thing or what but they just love making trouble at that age!

  • Oh the joys of toddlerhood. Mine gets into trouble all the time too, and the more you tell her no the more she seems to want to do it. She’s overly attached to me. I can’t do ANYTHING without her attached to me in some form or fashion. She’s literally curled up next to me laying on my arm while her brothers play. I keep reminding myself, this stage will end all to quickly and I’ll miss her little body attached to me!

  • Looks like you’ve really got your hands full.

  • Life with boys 🙂 They are so adventurous and curious.

  • silly boys. My boys climb all over eachother too

  • My son is the same way. They are such little stinkers aren’t they! 🙂

  • What is it about second children? They’re such adventurous monkeys and so advanced thanks to their older siblings!