Well I am back to redeem myself!
If anyone tries to force hugs and kisses on him, he will wriggle and squirm and say over and over, "Goff me! Goff me!"
And then there are the moments when he means business. Just the other day, my dad tried to tickle him and give him a hug.
Whoa to all, who attempts to snuggle the toddler, Conner, when he is grumpy! (this should be a commandment)
Poor Grandpa didn't know the wrath that was about to hit him. Conner started with his usual threats of, "Goff me! Goff me!", but Grandpa is hard of hearing and did not relent. Well that did it and Conner shook his fist up at the heavens and yelled, "I se-we-ious! I se-we-ious!"
I'm sorry, but that's just funny.
Having a conversation with Conner can also be an emotional roller coaster.
It can start off with a point of the finger and a scowl on his face...
...to being deep in thought
Every day Conner's little brain is absorbing more and more and I'm amazed at how he is growing and how he views the world around him.
I can't help but smile every time I hear, "I did it!" from some corner of our home or "Welcome!" whenever this little character is told thank you or good job!
I love him. And I'm SE-WE-IOUS!