These two are ridiculous together. Isaac loves his baby brother. Just like he loves his Cars, John Deere tractors and the exact toy Ezra may be making his way towards. Ezra, to his credit, is starting to fight back and no longer just allowing Isaac to box him out from the desired toys.
Similar situations arise when they bathe together. First Isaac demands that Ezra join him in the bath and it's all fun and games.
Ezra playing, by himself.
Isaac playing, by himself.
And then . . . the convergence.
You can almost hear Isaac say, like the birds on Finding Nemo, "Mine!"
Thankfully, Ezra was sidetracked by the bubbles and wasn't too upset to be strong armed away from his toy.
But even those Isaac couldn't leave well enough alone, as evidenced by this sequence. It's almost like Isaac's thought process was, "You're smiling, eh? Well, I'll change that!"
Such are their lives now.