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    The Jacob Options these days are a) clear and not smiling/laughing/talking or b) blurry and cheerful. This is option A.

    He looks like he's annoyed about the haircut but I think it was just that I denied him gingersnaps for dinner. Can you imagine how awful that must be for a 2 year-old? I mean, they have no concept whatsoever of the reasons they cannot or should not have gingersnaps for dinner. "Gingersnaps? I like gingersnaps, I'll eat them for dinner," they think, like good little Muppets. So, I empathize, kid. But yeah, still no cookies before dinner.

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    1. Rachael H. R. 29 months ago | reply

      I cannot get over his chipmunk cheeks, oh my goodness.

    2. Full Fork Ahead 29 months ago | reply

      Oh, man, denied! You're a strong mom. ;D

    3. perforce 29 months ago | reply

      awww, he looks so solemn here!

    4. cwb829 29 months ago | reply

      Love this. Recently, my 4 year old told me he was going to call the police and have me arrested because I wouldn't let him have cookies for dinner. Instead, I was forcing him to eat his vegetables! The shame!

    5. ellen.graf 29 months ago | reply

      My 2-year-old is the same way. I have these gorgeous pictures of him looking sullen and serious. Or blurry/ super closeup pictures of him being happy. Or just pictures of him running away.

    6. shutterbean 29 months ago | reply

      i bribed Cooper with a gingersnap last night so I could get him to try on a hand-me-down peacoat from his cousin. True story.

      it worked and then after he saw the cookie it tried RIPPING off the jacket.

    7. nyybeccanyy 29 months ago | reply

      This is the most darling little face!!!!! AH!

    8. Cookemom56 29 months ago | reply

      Even if he told you"But mother, your gingersnaps are so divine?"

    9. ash2014 29 months ago | reply

      I completely understand with the mothering rules thing. BUT....one look at that face and I'd have given up the gingersnaps.

    10. phoenix1570 29 months ago | reply

      obviously we need some video then...:)

    11. Yaels Yummies 29 months ago | reply

      He is just adorable! How funny- yesterday I gave my 18 month-old granddaughter a gingersnap cookie I made that is quite spicy- was sure she wouldn't like it- well, she kept asking for more! I know it's a grandmother's privilege, but- Hurray for gingersnap cookies for dinner!!

    12. LittleOliveBranch 29 months ago | reply

      ahhhh! the cuteness!!!

    13. StashAvalanche 29 months ago | reply

      He's utterly gorgeous.

    14. anniem88 29 months ago | reply

      Now THAT'S "Team Jacob"!

    15. margaritarosa 29 months ago | reply

      Oh my-- you don't get the "Cheese" face yet? That one popped up for the daycare class picture and it's hilarious!

    16. Katya A 29 months ago | reply

      my 2 year old puts his little index finger up, makes the cutest, sweetest face and says, "mommy, just one!" and I cannot resist.

    17. jeaneve25 29 months ago | reply

      LOL....how could you! :-)

    18. lyttleone 29 months ago | reply

      Hah! those are our options too... grandparents however, don't really get that. they just demand pictures!

    19. UncommonGrace 29 months ago | reply

      He is the cutest little person, like, ever. This, coming from someone very biased in favor of her own brood.

    20. singletwinmama 28 months ago | reply

      I just have to tag along on this, because I have twin four year olds, a boy and a girl. My son, in the last few months, has also repeatedly told me that he is going to have me arrested! Too funny. It wasn't because of food, though. It was because I wouldn't let him watch yet another Fireman Sam video. :)

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