Sunday, December 16, 2012

No Sulking!

This is Isaak last week at the Lowes Clinic. It's a perfect shot of him sulking!


I think the only reason why he was sulking was because I wanted him to hold up the Gingerbread House he made, so I could get a photo. He didn't want to hold it.

Isaak gives us this look a lot. Notice his eyebrows, pouty lip and silver dollar eyes. He really tries to play people with the poor me card.

Last week when the boys got a message from the Portable North Pole, Santa told Isaak to stop sulking when he's upset. This week I've been reminding him not to sulk.

15 comments:

What I Did Today said...

You'll have to let me know if that works. Ash was so shocked when I told her Santa only gives presents to good girls, not naughty ones. Unfortunately, that's not true but I won't be telling her. ;)

Rina said...

aahaha..photos like this is precious! wait until he grows up and show him this one :)

Masshole Mommy said...

LOL, but he's one of the cutest sulkers I've ever seen! Mine sulk, too, but I almost never give in when they do. I don't know why they haven't learned yet......

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

LOL, look at that face! :-)

My Journey With Candida said...

It's a really cute sulk, but I am sure you get really tired of it and want to wipe it right off his face.

We used to tell my Granddaughter a bird was going to poop on her lip..... then one day.... We were in Atlantic City. A bird did poop on her head and she had just been sulking. Everytime after, if she would sulk, we would remind her of the bird.

~ Noelle said...

ha ha... I think I would prefer the sulk versus the melt down Broxton has been giving me lately............

Charlie T Hicks said...

Cute but I can definitely understand how it gets old. I read somewhere that they learn that sulking, wining and crying doesn't get them what they want AS LONG AS you never give in. Well, we have never given in but I can say it never has worked for us so I doubt it ever will. WHY?!?! :)

Charlie T Hicks said...

Cute but I can definitely understand how it gets old. I read somewhere that they learn that sulking, wining and crying doesn't get them what they want AS LONG AS you never give in. Well, we have never given in but I can say it never has worked for us so I doubt it ever will. WHY?!?! :)

Are We There Yet! said...

He looks a lot like Mica only with a pout on his face.

Maryann D. said...

But that face is so cute! I think all little boys go through the sulking faze. We used to call my son "The Boo Hoo Face"
twinkle at optonline dot net

Veronica Lee said...

Cute nonetheless!!!

Happy Monday, A!

Theresa said...

What a cutie, even when he's sulking!

Sorry, I meant to stop by sooner and tell you that if you ever get a chance to post up that pb popcorn recipe, I'd love to try it! I think my family lives off peanut butter, so I am sure they would LOVE a pb popcorn bowl!

mail4rosey said...

Aww, that face, lol. It would be hard for Santa to resist, even with a sulk. :)

I've used the Santa card once this year too, to get mine to clean his room, ha! loved that!

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

That is SUCH a silly reason to sulk, but doggone it, he's cute.

Saru Singhal said...

Stop sulking sweetheart but you look super cute in your pouted lips. :)

Disclaimer

The opinions on this blog are my personal take on products and topics relating to motherhood. This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me.

I am not compensated to provide opinions on a variety of topics. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are my own. If I claim to show knowledge of certain topic or product I will only endorse products or services that I feel, based on my expertise, are worthy of such endorsement.

If you have any questions about this blog, or want to get in contact with me please email me at: anapeladay@gmail.com