I love the hands on the hips...sort of completes the picture.
I don't know if this will serve them well or not as they get older, but my boys are quite the little push overs for their female friends. I've seen this with local friends and now here is some evidence from our weekend spent with their cousin, Lillian. I adore Lillian and wish we lived closer so the kids could see each other more than a time or two a year, but it is interesting as parents of boys for almost nine years and a girl for only sixteen months to see the gender differences. Girls tend to like to direct play more than boys do. You often see boys (this is a generalization of course and I can already think of two friends who are male who also have this trait so don't attack me over this) playing a game and no one is "in charge". They go in and out of the game and no one seems to mind and there doesn't have to be a choreographer...it is almost "parallel play", but more interactive.In this picture you can see Lillian behind Dema after she put the finishing touch on his head.
When girls get involved, or many of the girls my boys play with including their little sister, it seems the boys are now just pawns in the master plan of the mind of the female. A little like grown-up life, perhaps?