FAMILY - Skull Mask
It's really the eyes that get you. The whole idea of child psychology gets thrown out the window when they have eyes just like an adult's. They look around, look at you, look everywhere as if they know everything or are absorbing it all instantly.
There are some things I wouldn't expect Espen to do at age two, especially right upon turning two. But those eyes get you.
Then there's when you cover up the eyes.
With an adult-size skull mask.
glow-in-the-dark skull mask I've had since high school
We spent half an hour switching roles. One person wears the mask and makes scary noises while the other two run away and scream in terror.
After a while, Espen would take off the mask (from himself or right off someone else's face) and give it to the next person. “Mama mask,” “Dada mask,” - to say who he wanted to wear it.
Definitely one of the funnest half hours I've had in a long time. Plus – how the heck does someone who is 25 months old even want to do that?
He actually is truly scary when he wears that mask.