Thursday, April 8, 2010

Happy and Sad

Layton is very very quick to change his emotions.  One second he can be like this:
and the very next second he could be like this:
And they say girls are moody – whatever – I say all children are moody (no matter what their age) – especially if you tell them no!


Mandi said...

THAT IS SOOOOOO FUNNY! Very true that any kid is capable of moodiness at any given moment. He is so dang adorable. Even when he is having a "moment" he is able to make me smile. Makes me want to give him a hug and kiss all over those sad little cheeks. How do you get anything done?

Nathan said...

He is a cute little Grover teaching us all about emotions. If only we could have him show us Happy 99% of the time instead of 50-50%.

Lea Whittaker said...

Pitiful!! He even had his entire cheeks filled with tears! Mine never produce many tears which leads me to believe it isn't sincere:) Very cute pics and a way to capture how quickly they change:)

Kelly said...

Wow he is working it! That is such a Sad Face! I love that you took some photos for all our Entertainment! What a Cutie!

Ilene said...

Lol. I hadn't ready the post when Nathan was deminstrating at the park the other day. Way to cute! By the I think Nathan makes a great interpation of Layton! LOL

Erin said...

I think he and Grady are neck and neck for Drama Queen of the Year! I love that you always get the best mad and sad faces from your kids - I love looking back at pics of me "having a moment" when I was a kid.