Sunday, December 11, 2011
They are all dressed up for a friend's Christmas party.
Which someone may or may not have confused for Halloween. You guess who.
And, while you are at it, tell me why this kid refused to put on any of his ten-thousand costumes other than a fireman t-shirt the entire month of October (and a good part of September), but jumped into his big and bulky dragon outfit despite protests from Bappi?
Of course he at first resisted putting on his Santa outfit and made Nandini dress up alone, until he came up with his dragon idea. I'm sure that getting to do his own thing and not doing exactly what we want helps. Still, I thought it was weird.
I am not a hundred percent sure, but I hope I didn't tell him that. He was so proud of his costume. And demanded party games as soon as we got there. But was pretty equally impressed with chips and cartoons. And later conned many many adults into cracking walnuts for him, even after that nutcracker broke. This happened after he may or may not have eaten all of the hershey kisses on the coffee table. Amazingly he had no trouble falling asleep once we got home.