Aidan thought it was very exciting when we put the baby gates up, blocking off the kitchen from his busy little hands. It was one more thing he could climb. Steve and I weren’t too thrilled about the extra hurdle (one of us always managed to walk into it at night) but knew it was necessary to keep Aidan out of harms way.
He thinks he’s very clever when he pulls himself up to standing, hands gripping the bars and singing really loud and proud. He watches us in the kitchen and just enjoys being upright and independent.
Most of the time he’s fine just standing there but last night Steve and I were snuggling in the kitchen making dinner and Aidan wanted cuddles too. He wasn’t very impressed about being left out and besides, he was really hungry.
I had to run and grab the camera to capture his sad little face. He really does know how to stick that bottom lip out doesn’t he? Nothing like an adorable power-play.
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