I love to watch my kids sneeze. When the one-year-old sneezes, her whole body shakes and she sneezes not once, not twice, but three times! (just like her daddy) When she’s done, she looks at me, grins a gigantic smile and then giggles! Love it!
As my Avery-girl and I were shopping she’d burst out “ah ah choo”! I’d gush over her, “oh, bless you, are you okay?” and she’d crack herself right on up until she could catch her breath and do it again. And I didn’t even pretend not to notice the doting grandma and grandpa type people who were grinning at how stinkin’ adorable she was!
Not to rain on your parade, but Big has perfect teeth too. Turns out, you want a little gap in there when they’re little, so you know that their jaws are going to be big enough for the big teeth to fit. Maybe you’re OK, but I’m betting we’ll be doing braces face shots around the same time. (For now, they are rather perfect)
And I love his expressions.
And we taught both our girls to put their hand out (stop sign) and say “No Paparazzi” before age 2. And they both still say it.