While Theo and his siblings continue to be completely enamoured with each other, I’m definitely seeing the not-too-distant future where the little guy becomes a source of frustration to his brother and sister.
He can only roll one direction so far, but that doesn’t stop him from inching his way around the entire room, looking for a good toy set-up to attack.
Like the fences K-fer so carefully built to keep him out, for instance.
Hmmm, what is this obstruction I see? (K-fer smiles at the cute curious face appraising his work).
I shall taste it and find out. (K-fer: “AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!”)
Gemma is happy to replace the obstruction and keep him occupied.
But naturally, K-fer doesn’t want to be left out and quickly abandons the toys he had been so desperate to protect.
I shoo them away and try for a picture, but there is a problem. Looking at the camera is slightly interesting, but very quickly boring.
And when I come out from behind the camera to entertain, I am not nearly as good at holding the camera in the same place as I thought I’d be.
I’ll be working on that.