Children are like sponges at this age! Since turning two, Baby D has really began to let his personality shine through. So much so that I took it upon myself to mischievously teach him a thing or two about how to appropriately act while he is in the presence of adults. The following clip is a reenactment of such behavior.
But first let me set the scene.
The innocence that a child portrays is valued greatly among the elders (elders = anyone over 5 years of age). Baby D however has latched onto this naive concept and has now decided to use this to his advantage whenever he is caught in an "Ice Breaking Situation". He begins by carefully surveying his surroundings for an individual that he sees fit to advance. Then he will causally mosey toward their direction, making just enough eye contact to were the elder notices that this darling little lad must want something from them. Then Baby D will stand directly infront of elder, nonchalantly bat his baby blues, and ever so sweetly whisper "Secret". The elder ecstatic about the thought of a young toddler wanting to embrace them will graciously bend down and echo those 8 little words that Baby D eagerly is awaiting to hear "Do you want to tell me a secret?" Baby D leans in carefully and.....................play the video...