What a little cutie. Somehow though, the smaller they are the more determined they seem to be.... :)
My boys lived in those one piece outfits until they were potty trained. Love them! He is darling!
Bet those big blue eyes help him get away with a lot! I know it works for my grandson.
Aw - I miss those chunky, romper-clad little bodies...
What a cutie pie! I love his BIG blue eyes!
What a cute little guy! His face is just screaming "what kinda trouble can I get me into next???" LOL!Kim
Beautiful pictures! Reminds me of my boy when he was 2. I would take him and his older sister out to play and all he wanted to do was run. So we would end up walking instead of playing and my Olivia was always so upset because all she wanted to do was play in her sandbox!
He is a cutie, but I agree that those toddler years are definitely a little challenging.Have fun with that ;)
Oh...he is so Cute! I agree...his eyes are just looking for some "trouble!!" Hmmmm....But somehow he can charm you with his smile!
He is a little you for sure. Good luck, maybe tie a rope to the ball to keep him close? ;)
Send him to me for the summer, and I'll give you Maggie. He can't possibly be any harder than her!
I had 4 girls before I had my son. He was precisely the same age as Patrick when I was STRUCK with the horrific epiphany that I would actually be outside with him every single day for who knew how many years!We go to the park or the beach every day during the summer and sometimes both because one isn't enough.*sigh*
HA! I completely understand. I remember those days all to well. The stuggle is absolutely exhausting. We need a pay raise for summer. It's twice as much work;)
I have this same issue with my daughter! What is it about the FRONT yard? We have a ton of toys and a swing set that took hours to make out back in the fenced in portion of our yard? AHHH!
He is SO... cute! When Lil Princess was little (and even now sometimes) when she would be crying and/or mad all you would have to do is take her outside...to swing or just towalk around and it would calm her down! :) lol
So cute! My little daredevil is the same way...we could play with a million toys in the backyard, but that would be too easy.
That is my Caleb...keep me outside, feed me Goldfish and don't make me put my feet on the pedals. Love it!
Oh, those blue, blue eyes! My daughter has them and sometimes I just can't resist them! Summertime outside is the best even if you are constantly chasing a toddler who doesn't want to be fenced in.
The M.O. part -- totally my Caleb right now. He's 16 mos. If I could turn back time, I'd have my Caleb playing w/ your Patrick. They'd be good buddies.