Well, low and behold, we were so tickled that he was speaking that we did just that! It started off innocently enough with clapping our hands and naming body parts. And then it morphed into dancing. Now, I don't remember exactly how this happened, but let's just say that Punkin has convinced teachers, doctors, Stanford researchers, nurses, aunts, uncles, teenage cousins, and even a few random strangers, to stand in place and shake their booties.
That's exactly what he's doing in the photo -- he's leading the dozens of reflections of himself in the mirror in a giant circle time/aerobics class. And they aren't even PROTESTING. AT ALL.
So be warned. It starts innocently, on a small scale. But soon you may find yourself like I did last Sunday night with Oma and Opa-- as one of his minions -- sprinting up and down their rather steep driveway as we ran, danced, clapped, sat down, stood up, and all together gave the neighbors a good laugh just because a five year old told us to.