My 7 1/2-month-old grandson, Nolan Thomas Behel, was not having a good day. His mommy had just tried to suction out his stuffy nose, then she put a hat and scarf on him and then put him in his stroller to go shopping with his Aunt Carolyn and his grandma (me). This was the first time we’d ever seen him cop a bit of an attitude, and it was hilarious. He was so mad at us — wouldn’t even look at us or smile! We just laughed at him. Poor baby! Actually, I’ve seen this exact same expression on my husband when I make him go shopping, although I don’t make him wear a hat and scarf. And even though Nolan and his step-grandpa are not related by blood, it’s further proof that all men, no matter what their ages, share the same DNA.
What an expression! He was truly annoyed with you females!
He is adorable no matter what his mood! Poor Nolan, he is in for many, many more shopping days,and trust me he will never be happy about it!
So true Cathy! It’s in their DNA to hate shopping!! But if I had a baby that cute I would want to take him out and show him off as much as possible also and shopping is a good way to do that.
Love y’all’s comments! Thanks for the kind words. If Nolan only could talk, we know he would have been saying, “Please leave me home with Daddy!”
Yes, I am quite familiar with that face. I think I had it last Wednesday, oddly enough.
Yes — you did!
I don’t think his pouting had the effect on us he wanted…
No — he got no sympathy from us!