Hide-and-seek is one of the first games many people learn as a child. It’s so easy to play! You either hide or you go find the people in hiding. Of course, being skillful in hiding doesn’t come right away straight off the bat. It takes a couple of games and practice until you can really become a master at the game.
Everyone’s gotta start somewhere though, right? And for every kid playing for the first time, that means starting at the very bottom. But hiding shouldn’t be that hard, right? Well it is for these kids.
Finding a good hiding spot can sometimes be difficult, but for some reason these kids can’t even find a DECENT hiding spot — I don’t know, say one that at least hides all their body parts? But no matter how terrible their hiding is, you can’t help but to giggle at how cute they are for trying. I would personally love to play a game of hide-and-seek with any one of these kids. A game with them would make my day.
He thinks we can’t see him.
Sorry to break the news to you son, but the pole is skinnier than you.
“They’ll never find me in this cabinet.”
Maybe you should try putting your feet into the cabinet as well.
Hiding in a box that you can fit in sounds ideal.
That is, unless the box is see-through.
I think I found Santa Claus!
Or is it an elf dressed as Santa? Or has Santa shrunken?!
If you’re small enough, a sofa is one the best places or hide inside of.
Unfortunately, this kid wasn’t.
“They’ll never find me here!”
It’s so cute how invisible they think they are.
“If I can’t see them, they can’t see me.”
Not quite, but super cute try!
Never is hiding under a blanket ever a good idea.
Especially while standing in the middle of the kitchen.
“I think I’m becoming a pro at this game.”
When the box is almost big enough but just not quite.
Where oh where could my little man be?
Hmmm I don’t recall purchasing a rug with human legs.
Maybe try throwing the blanket over the entire body next time.
It’s like you didn’t even try!
Act cool, act cool, act cool.
Didn’t know stuffed animals came THIS life sized.
When playing a game of Hide-and-Seek during sunset, you should probably hide on the east side of the house.
Or maybe just stay out of the curtains.
Tip: don’t hide anywhere that has mirrors.
Not sure if she fully grasps the concept of hide-and-seek.
Now you see me, now you don’t.
Nope…. we still see you honey.
He probably would have gotten away with this if he had two rugs.
But it was a good attempt.
When hiding outside, you have to keep your shadows in mind.
They can betray you!
Fitting inside a small Nordstrom bag is pretty impressive.
But it looks like you need a bigger bag.
When your “great” hiding spot backfires because your head doesn’t fit in it.
I guess putting your head down to the floor will make it hidden.
LOL! This is just too adorable.
She’s on her way of becoming a top agent super spy.
People successfully hide under cars all the time right? It happens in movies!
This boy got it right but chose the wrong car to hide under.
“This alligator is bigger than me, so it should do the job!”
Well it would have, if it weren’t for your exposed hands.
Be still, be calm and you shall conquer the game.
But not with this hiding spot.
Some things just never change.
Unfortunately, some hide-and-seek skills stay the same.
Falling asleep while making breakfast.
Doing the laundry is so tiring.
Crashing on the floor.
Big brother reading a bedtime story.
So much for a scenic boat ride.
These stairs will do.
Having a nap with her best friend.
She adorably couldn’t make it all the way up the stairs to her bed.
Napping sleepy kids.
Didn’t quite make it to his chair.
She loves her bed “this much.”
A toy box makes a handy bed.
Taking a nosedive.
Taking a nap for the photographer.
He thinks this shoe is pretty comfortable!
A bookshelf is the perfect place for a nap.
Older TVs were nice and warm…perfect for a nap!
This shelf is just her size.
Potty training will have to wait.
Napping after too many carbs.
Best friends forever.
His idea of a canopy bed.
Fell asleep while waiting for Santa.
Fell asleep while stretching?
These sleepy kids are so adorably tired that they don’t really care where they sleep. Just as long as they get some nap time.