If this doesn’t make you laugh, I don’t know what will…

Last weekend, my sister-in-law, Meg and my awesome little nephew Jack came to visit so that Meg could run a marathon (!!) and get in a quick visit.  Meg did really well, finishing in under four hours after having to take a six week hiatus from running due to a shin injury.  That really blows my mind, as I can push myself and run about three miles.  For those that don’t know, a marathon is 26.2 miles.  Twenty six point two miles!!  Anyway, we are all very proud of her and this awesome accomplishment, and we had a great time hanging out with the two cousins after the race.  Jack is three and is probably the best big boy cousin around…he LOVES “baby Ahdoo” (Baby Asher) and did such a great job entertaining him all afternoon.   As a quick aside, Asher has so far been the baby that loves to make as much noise as possible when he can and <<gulp>> has repeatedly laughed in the face of other crying babies.  I will digress about my concerns/amusement about this particular of his in another post, but I bring this up because we already know that Asher likes playing loud, and Jack was the perfect match.  Asher thought Jack was just awesome.

Here are two videos of the boys playing the screaming game together:

I really love this one because Asher starts laughing his hard belly laugh:

3 thoughts on “If this doesn’t make you laugh, I don’t know what will…

  1. Oooh, I would have traded that quality for my Jack’s sensitivity to crying babies! From months 1-9, he would match a sad expression or a good long cry. I would have loved to have your nephew Jack come and laugh in his face – it probably would’ve worked!

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