Today I just had to report on our youngest. I don't know if it's because he has two older brothers to glean information from, or if he's just a really really smart kid, (probably a bit of both), but sometimes that things he says and does amaze us. Now, the following stories aren't really anything amazing, but for a two year old-we think they are amazingly cute!
First story-last night he put on a pair of my flip-flops, then belted out in his best Mommy impression, "Well~is everyone ready to go?" Then he climbed onto his dump truck that he rides (see photo at top of blog) and said, "Come on! Let's get going! We have to go to Wal-Mart now!" I asked him what he was going to get at Wal-Mart. With no hesitation he said, "COOKIES!" See, I quit eating sugar a week ago. (I have binge issues that are triggered by sugar so I cut it out) Needless to say, we don't have much of anything with sugar in it in our home at the moment. It's only been a week! I can't have the temptations close by. Apparently, Connor decided he had had enough of this sugar fasting, so he was going to head on out to Wal-Mart to buy the family some cookies. Lucky for him, we did have some that we just needed to break open.
Second was this morning. This child wakes up with the birds. The worst part is~he not only wakes up really early, but he wakes up insanely happy! He is such a happy child. This morning he was up a bit earlier than usual. We hear him out in the living room acting out a scene from one of his favorite Winnie the Pooh dvds. It went something like this.
"What's that dragon doing in my living room?"
"No Tigger, it's just the vacuum cleaner!"
"Oh, Christopher Robin! Look at this big mess!"
All the while, running around the living room acting it out. He's such a character!
Lastly, the picture of him above with the sticky-uppy hair. Well, that would be the result of a half a tub of Eucerine in his hair. Then, he tried to add a little Elmer's glue to the mix. The worst part? That picture was taken after 3 hair washings!!! Again~what a little character. It's a good thing we love him! (o: