Meet them when they are babies . .
Handle them when they are young and have a souvenir photo taken . . . .
Handle them when they are older and have a souvenir photo taken . . . .
Ignore the signs . . . .
Make eye contact . . . . . .
Observe them in the wild. See that big boy?
He’s a little boy. Big mama is behind him . . . .
Make them smile . . .
Make them laugh . . . .
Get into a conversation with them . . . .
Make sure you can trust your brother . . . . .
Don’t let them get hold of your arm . . . . .
Great idea Jude! When people say, ‘What happened to your arm?’ I say ‘Well . . . . when I was in Florida I was attacked by an alligator.’
Much more fun than saying, ‘I’ve had an operation on my wrist.’
No one believes me but it’s good for a laugh.