Keegan is still working on it.
But Aldy is already a natural.
Keegan does love to float on his back, though, and can do it for some time. He also loves holding his breath and putting his head under water just like his brother. While he looks positively pastoral above, the following two photos tell you more about him, and his attitude, than perhaps any others I have taken.
Kind of gives water pipe a new meaning . . .
This one also says a lot about Alden's general approach to life, unless, of course, he has been watching Star Wars. Then there is this sudden transformation . . . .
Unlike bath time, bed time is a battle around our house. A real battle. Seriously. I always win in the end, but not before taking my share of blaster bolts to the face. Explains a lot, I suppose. . . .
And so it was, that the Master Jedi of the house finally prevailed against the forces of darkness and chaos . . . . not. I had to put in another full hour of maximum effort just to get them to the read story stage. Ugh.