Right Here!

After dinner last night Baby C decided he wanted to play outside. Actually, he decided this as soon as we got home, but I told him I needed to make dinner first. “Aw, shucks,” he muttered.

I went about my fatherly duties of making dinner. I prepared some yummy chicken alfredo while babies B and C watched Finding Nemo and Baby A did his homework.

After we had eaten and were back in the living room watchingย Finding Nemo once more, Baby C eventually remembered he wanted to play outside. He came over to me, took my hand, and forcibly yanked me from my seat. Okay, he tried to forcibly yank me from my seat. He’s two, so it didn’t work out quite the way he had planned.

“What do you want, honey?” I asked him.

“Ready to go outside, Daddy,” he answered.

“Oh, you’re ready to go outside now?”

“Okay!” He answers almost every question with an emphatic “okay!”.

“Alright,” I told him, “let me go upstairs and get my shoes on and we’ll go outside to play.”

“Okay, Daddy!”

I sauntered up the stairs and threw on my shoes. Meanwhile I could hear Baby C downstairs telling his brother just how ready to go outside he was, and his brother telling him that I was getting my shoes on and that we’d go outside in a minute. Once I had my shoes on, I exited my room and went to the top of the steps. There waiting at the bottom of the steps for me was Baby C who, upon seeing my shoe-covered feet, exclaimed, “There’s Daddy’s shoes!”

And he was right. My shoes were right there.

When I made it back down the steps, Baby C grabbed his little Mickey Mouse Clubhouse car, which he simply must take with him every time we go outside to play, and looked towards Baby B. “You comin’, Bubby?”

Don’t leave home without it.

Baby B was unaware that he was going anywhere. “Oh, am I going, too?”

“Okay! You ready, Bubby?” Once Baby B turned off Finding Nemo, he was ready.

We went to the park. Baby B and I tossed around the football while Baby C pushed his little car all over the park. He then found that his new shoes had enough grip on them to allow him to climb up the slide, so he began climbing up the slide and then descending the slide head-first. Then he finally got around to the real fun – playing in the dirt. I think he does this solely because he knows he gets a bath out of it every time he gets that dirty.

Dusk began to fall. I gathered my spawn and we headed home, stopping by grandma’s house to say “hi” on the way. I took Baby C upstairs immediately for his bath. I had him cracking up while I was undressing him as I made a show of mock-exertion and fake grunts while I pulled his clothes off, like it was the hardest thing I had ever done. I love hearing him laugh. It is a positively heart-warming sound.

Once he was naked, he took off like a man just released from prison, as he always does in his birthday suit.ย He ran into the twins room. “You gonna show Bubby your naked butt?” I asked.

Baby C, with all the dignity and charm he inherited from his father, stuck his ass out, pointed to it, and said, “Right here!”

Man, I love that kid.

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69 Comments on Right Here!

  1. “Ready to go outside to show my butt, Daddy!”


  2. Loved the baby story and the nuances you have brought in. Do you realise how blessed you are for being able to experience these moments?



  3. C is a rock star.


  4. Sounds like you had a perfect evening.

    Did you make the alfredo sauce from scratch?


  5. He is quite a character. He makes me laugh often.


  6. How cute. Loved this. ๐Ÿ™‚


  7. Awww – they are so cute when they do stuff like that…as opposed to, say, filling the toilet up with whole rolls of toilet paper and noting the absorbency properties.


  8. Awwwwwwwwwwww!
    Loved this!


  9. These are such great stories! One day when they’re all grown up, they can read these. It’s equivalent to watching home videos of their childhood.


  10. I love these little stories…


  11. Awwww, so cute! The little prince likes naked time too. And while he can only crawl around to show off his little butt, I’m well award that he’ll be running around the house soon enough. Thanks for sharing this happy little story. I needed the smile today. ๐Ÿ˜€


  12. Thanks for the smile!


  13. He’s adorable^^ may you have many more evenings of this (as opposed to evenings that you spend pulling them off each other).


  14. Love this kid’s personality! I wish it was easier to run around the house in birthday suits free like Baby C.

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  15. Children can make any day brighter and this post did the same thing. Thanks!


  16. Awesome ๐Ÿ™‚ i just had my first conversation with my son, I was so excited…we communicated! In sentences! About…poop. yep. About poop. Sigh. Kids are funny like that.


  17. Aw, you’re making me miss the younger years with the kids!


  18. Aw, I love those little baby butts! Sounds like you’ve got a real cutie on your hands.


  19. Positively adorable. My little guy loves to streak around the house too, shouting “I’m nekkid!” ๐Ÿ™‚


  20. Ha! Cute. So glad he inherited your dignity and charm!


  21. Baby C knows how to live life! We could all learn something from his carefree ways, we might want to step back from randomly showing our bare asses though. Good smile for this morning!


  22. Sweet story! I remember those days. My *baby* is 20 now : (


  23. nataliedeyoung // September 25, 2013 at 4:28 pm // Reply

    Ha! What a fun kid. ๐Ÿ™‚


  24. Cute! I love how he got Baby B to come along to the park as well!


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