Monday, January 17, 2011
This is Fishlips
If you see this face, then it's probably too late. Isaiah is already out to get you. More than likely as a result of something you did to him - any time in the past. See, he holds a grudge. But there are also times when Fishlips is seemingly, totally unprovoked. It can be followed by a swipe, a hair tug, a push, or a pull.
Even our extended family recognizes and appreciates the power and prowess of the Fishlips. It's become a part of our vernacular.
"Don't Fishlip your Granny!"
"Uh-oh, he's doing the Fishlips..."
"Mommy, he's Fishlipping me!"
My mom says it's all a part of Isaiah's trying to control his world anyway he can. For a boy who has no spoken language, sometimes all you need to do is read his Fishlips.