He started by climbing little ledges like this.
The next thing we knew, he's climbing into Lana's top bunk.
He loves to play with Lana's guitar;
he'll strum a few notes and say "I song!"
He is always happiest with a ball in his hands. He's learning the difference between the kinds of balls, and we're constantly impressed with his arm when he throws.
He is all boy, just the way we like it. He was playing with this arrow, and just making the best little growling and fighting sounds. How do boys just KNOW?!
He loves a "tower," although he wants you to build it and let him crash it.
He has the best facial expressions in the world!
Everything is so exciting to him right now - I love it.
He's developed an early interest in writing utensils, and enjoys "writing" with anything we give him. He's still got that weird upside down fist grip. I'm not sure what to make of that.
My boy loves ice cream. The end.
I don't think Lana had even had ice cream when she was his age.
He thinks it's one of the food groups.
He absolutely melts me.
I took this picture because he was in one of his adorable moods, with his main goal being to charm the socks off his mommy. He's such a little stinker....being so rotten and then turning it on for me.
Not knowing exactly how to do something never stops him from trying.
He wants to do anything Daddy does.
I love seeing him walk around the house imitating Daddy with tools.
Such a little man.
This is what he does when he's saying "I'm sorry."
He walks up to you and holds his hands up to you -
Lana says it's like he's trying to "hand you his sorry."
He loves everyone.....even if they're not in the mood to be loved. :)
Can't you just hear the noise he's making here?
I love having a little boy who is a warrior at heart.
Lately, I've been collecting some books to read on how to mother him well
without bending his spirit.
I want him to be this way.
He's losing some of that baby look, and looking more like a big boy to me these days.
He adores nothing in the world more than his big sister, and can't you see why?
She is his constant companion, the one who keeps him safe and makes him brave.
I don't know what he'll do with her in kindergarten next year.
Tucker Philip Davis, being your mama is the pleasure of my life.