So, here's Kris in his crib, comfortable and sandwiched between two pillows. He's likely playing minigames from Dora Saves the Mermaids
or Go, Diego, Go!: Safari Rescue
, but he has started playing Brain Age
lately, too. Well, he's not so much playing as he is drawing on the screen with whatever's available at the moment.
And here's Kris with his Pikachu
stylus, or his Pika pen
, as he likes to call it. He likes to draw, so it's no surprise that he took an early liking to the Nintendo DS. As you can see from this shot, he's very proud of the Pika pen.
Annnddd here's Kris fast asleep minutes later, stylus still in his hand. How freakin' cute is that? We wonder how long he was able to snooze in that position ...
Not very long! Wait a minute, isn't that Bleach: The Blade of Fate
on his DS? That's a T-rated game! Also, note to self: buy dinosaur pajamas.
Here's another photo of Kris awake and playing with his DS underneath a table in his play room. Now's a good time to mention the Nerf case
on his handheld. He has a habit of throwing the system around when he gets bored or wants his mom to change the game, so the foam padding keeps his DS ticking even when it takes a licking. The Nerf case has seen a lot of combat, though, and it's taped onto the system now to keep itself attached.
Oh, and here's Kris out cold again, gripping the portable even in his dreaming state.
We asked Kris's mother, Betty, why her son falls asleep so often while playing with his DS. She responded, "I usually give him his DS after his bath at night and when I'm trying to get him ready for bed. That's why in most of the pics I took, he's in his sleeping clothing. I would leave him to play, and half the time, he would fall asleep with it ... Sometimes, [Kris will] be in a sitting position, and sometimes the DS ends up on his face."
Alright, that makes sense. Let's look at one more photo of Kris going into sleep mode without actually putting his system into sleep mode.
Wow, this guy can sleep anywhere!