Exploring The Nightstand

In lieu of his playpen, which is now on the Vancouver Express somewhere over the Atlantic Ocean, I’ve let Max play in our bedroom to get his customary independent playtime. He usually just goes in there, rearranges Caseys toiletries and plays in our luggage. Today he discovered a new passion while exploring our hosts nightstand…hairdressing. His Grandma Susan always says real men wear pink, but pink curlers?! I’ve decided to leave it in because it’s possible to take him much less seriously this way, case in point, the meltdown at the bottom.

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  1. lovelyteri@aol.com · August 3, 2015

    Oh Maxwell! You are a hoot and a holler. I somehow don’t think Grandma Susan would have picked pink curlers as the in item for you but if it keeps you happy momentarily so be it! What pray tell will this child do next? One never knows! Love your independence Max.

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  2. lovelyteri@aol.com · August 3, 2015

    Love your post T. Hysterical.

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  3. Susan · August 3, 2015

    1. Of course I would let Max play with curlers! And nail polish, and any costume he wants! My view is that if they’re not “forbidden fruit,” it eliminates the attraction by about 95 percent. After you’re born, everything is costume anyways, no matter who and what you are.
    2. You need some coaching on how to install rollers. 🙂
    3. He is cute no matter what ! TY for sharing.


    • Casey F. · August 4, 2015

      One of his toes is painted coral because he was interested in my nail polish. 🙂


    • terrencefitzsimmons · August 4, 2015

      Re 2: max put them in his own hair, please direct the curler training his way 🙂 it would be lost on me!


  4. reliablebob · August 3, 2015

    Looks just like his mother when she was his age!

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  5. Carrie · August 4, 2015

    Haha love this.


  6. Shan · August 8, 2015

    Impressive skills!! What CAN’T this little dude do is the question. Miss you guys!!


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