One of the scariest and also most fun things about Robbie is that he appears to be totally fearless. Combine that with starting to listen to directions, but not quite being able to walk, and he ends up frustrated more lately than we've seen in the past.
School has done a great job of teaching "sit down" when he's about to do something he shouldn't. And they don't let him kamikaze head first down slides at the playground.
But Mom does.
He's at a fun age, and it is awesome to see him learning how to do things and use reason and rational thought in trying to figure things out.
Hopefully we teach him how to be fearless in life, but also to not take unnecessary risks.
I think that is a great measure of success in raising a boy (or girl).