Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Trouble

My darling little Jack is becoming a darling little handful. He's more defiant than ever, full force with a 3 year old attitude (which, in my opinion is entirely more difficult than 2), and everything belongs to him. EVERYTHING.

My keys.
My car.
My wawet.
My book.
My candle.

In addition to these new acquisitions, he also helps himself to anything within his reach - and out of it - as long as I'm in another room. And, if he wants something while I'm present, "Go up-tairs, Case."

Subtle.

While I ran up yesterday to put away laundry, I returned to find him downing juice boxes on the counter. Didn't look my way until he was finished. Even while I held the camera gathering evidence. I suppose making eye contact might incriminate him.


11 comments:

The Jones' said...

That little, cutie! Hehe, he's crafty! :)

Coco said...

That is hilarious. His face is like, "if I just sit here, she might go away!"
Ha!

And I agree, 3 is way harder.

FROGGITY! said...

hahahaha! so cute. all boy, right?

oh, and p.s. i tried to comment on your post about caroline yesterday but my compooter is a jerk. it was such a great post!!

The Soladay Family said...

Freaking precious! He is totally ignoring you in hopes that you'll leave! I'm with you about 3...It's WAY worse than 2!!!

Heather said...

too cute! I'm with you---- 3 is lots harder than 2!

Malinda said...

I've always heard that about age 3. With my 21 month old already being a handful, you people are scaring me.

Sassy Cass said...

Oh my lawd, 3 is right around the corner for us...

Michelle said...

I'm scared. We are entering this phase too. I've heard 3 is harder and I dn't like that!
He's a cutie! Love how he doesn't look up after he's busted.

Amy said...

Great so 3 is worse. Good times. He's so cute thought. Sneaky, but cute!

Anniebanannie said...

Oh no, I'm in deep shiz if 3 is worse than 2. Right now Rowdy does these same things, so I can't imagine what's in store for him!

The Lenzers said...

3's are worse than 2's...aagghhh! Connor does the same thing, they are like dogs...they think if they don't look at you that you can't see them. too funny!