Tux's prefers to spend his days rolling in piles of leaves and his nights curled up on Will's bed. But during the "in between" hours - from when the sun starts to set, at which point we won't let him back outside, until Will's bedtime - he just wants to BE with us. It doesn't matter if we're watching a movie, playing a game, reading books, or eating dinner, Tux finds a way to participate in, or at the very least "help" with, whatever we're (and specifically Will is) doing.
|Keeping me company while I work.|
|Preventing me from doing anything productive.|
|Reading Big Nate with Will.|
|Watching basketball with Will.|
|"Helping" me clean the bathroom.|
|Having a chit chat with Will.|
|Watching Sports Center with Will.|
|Lounging with Will.|
|Lounging with Grandpa Paul.|
|Watching Will take a shower.|
|"Helping" me work.|
|Just chillin' with Will.|
|"Helping" me unload groceries.|
|"Helping" Will practice a school presentation.|
You'll notice Tux doesn't spend as much time with Hallie as he does with Will. Tux may not be the sharpest tool in the shed, but he knows which of his children dresses him up in pink tutus and which one doesn't.