Our grandson, 16-month-old Capt. Adorable, loves his Elmo Live. I mean, this Elmo really is amazing — he sings, he dances, he has jazz hands, he sneezes, he tells jokes, he asks for help getting up after falling over and then thanks you for helping him. It makes for a fascinating and entertaining 10 minutes or so … until the Captain decides to figure out exactly how this thing works and what he can do to make it un-work. That’s when Elmo goes back up on a very high shelf and it’s on to the next thing, like what happens when you dump out a whole box of Cheerios on the kitchen floor.
That’s all part of being a boy. Seeing how it works. This is so cute and your description makes it even better. Ah, yes, the innocence of a child.
I’m looking forward to getting to this stage with Princess Sophia.
Geezer attack! Back when I was a child, we had to make our own fun.
You must thoroughly enjoy watching Capt. Adorable grow and find curiosity in everything. I love his innocence!
Truth be told…Capt Adorable learns more when he pours the box of Cheerios on the floor! He is indeed adorable.
He’s at the wonderful age of discovery. So cute.
Aw, thank you all so much for the kind words. Much appreciated.