So along those lines, I show the face that I see regularly. I get this face when Sam is not the center of my undivided attention which is sometimes necessitated by the fact that is not an only child. Other times, I have no explanation for this face. This face represents progress for me. It means he is sharing his feelings the good, the bad and ugly. It is a step change for him in that he only cried a couple of times in the first week we were together. He now believes that someone cares when he is upset so there is purpose in crying. He also cries now at bedtime and when he wakes up.
Other times are fun times. Learning to play with a box.
Learning to play at the park.
John Hinton four wheeling.
Hanging out in the dryer.
Don't call DHS. I've never cut it on.