Lately we have noticed a different side of our sweet Will.
Ever since he has started eating what we call "people food" he has been channeling a certain animal.
Maybe he has a little in him.
Maybe he was one in his past life. Who knows.
Guess what our sweet Will has become...
Yep...a baby gorilla! This one is a bit on the hairy side but he does have a mow-hawk like Will was sporting for the first 5 months.
Now you are asking, well why does Will remind you of a gorilla? Whenever he sees his baby food or any food for that matter he starts making sounds like "Ooooooo!" "Ooooooo!" It is the most hilarious sound you will hear but I am telling you he sounds like a baby gorilla.
We have been trying to get it on video but when he sees it he stops making the noises.
Today I had an embarrassing episode at the grocery store with him making these sounds.
Me: Willsy we are going to go and get you some food...let's go down the baby food isle.
Will/baby gorilla: Just smiling away at me, thinking what is this woman saying.
Me: Okay, baby what should we get you today?
Will/baby gorilla: "Oooooo!""Ooooo!" (His eyes getting huge at this point and him reaching his arms out to try and grab the baby food. It's like he cannot get enough!)
Me: Oh, lordy. Okay Will what ever you want. You will get. He always does.
Random Shopper Lady: Is your baby okay? Why is he making those noises?
Me: (so embarrassed with one of those smiling through closed teeth smiles) Um, well he likes to eat and he just happens to see me putting his food in the cart.
Will/baby gorilla: "Oooooo!""Oooooo!"
Random Shopper Lady: Well that is interesting. I have never seen or heard a baby do that. My children never did that.
Me: He just loves his Sweet potatoes! (me being kinda sarcastic at this point, inside thinking...give me a break lady! he is too stinkin' cute making these noises even if it embarrasses the heck out of me, what kind of kids did you have? sorry if my child is advanced in his vocab!)
So there you have it...my sweet Will, my little gorilla. I just love him and his uniqueness!