Thursday, January 22, 2009

Desert Boy Goes to Playgroup

One of the moms in the valley recently started a playgroup for the little toddlers in the area. Desert Boy enjoys going and seeing what the other kids are doing. Or sometimes they just like to stand at the door and look out at Henry.

It's really fun watching kids this age because they don't tend to interact very much; instead they do their own thing and watch the other kids. If another kid is doing something interesting, then it's time to imitate.

Desert Boy couldn't resist putting one of the orange cones on his head and walking around with it. I'm not sure what made him do it, but he thought it was fun.

The cone didn't fit quite right, so he had to hold on to it as he walked. It took some concentration.

And then, oops, it fell off. I don't think any  of the other kids thought what Desert Boy was doing was cool enough to imitate it. But despite not having any followers, I have no doubt he'll be a conehead again soon.

3 comments:

The Incredible Woody said...

I thought that's what those orange cones were for!!

Caroline said...

It's possible the other little boys may not carry the gnome gene.

Have you found that Desert Boy likes to travel??

Annette said...

Awww, a playgroup sounds like a good time!

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