Monday, January 18, 2010

view from up here

Sitting up in the fort, I see a boy who FINALLY was able to get outside, breathe some fresh air and play. What a pretty day!

I see a boy who is happy to hang out with his mom and wants to make her proud by showing her his cool Battleforce 5 tricks.

I see a boy who continues to amaze me with the things he knows. "We celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. because he broke the rules and taught the white people to love the black people." He has also informed Kyle and I that parting means to toot or burp. :)

I see a boy with a smile that will melt a girl's heart someday. Good thing he is going to be a "bachelor" when he grows up. That way I don't have to share him with another girl. :)

I see a boy who is quickly approaching six years of age. How does a mom come to terms with her babies just not staying babies for very long?

Love you Hayes. Had fun during our you and me time today.

9 tellin' me what I want to hear!:

Jessi said...

SO glad you were finally able to make it outside and play today...what a wonderful way to spend "Hayes and Mommy" time.

SUCH a handsome boy!

Minnie said...

Awwww how sweet... AND OH HOW HE LOVES HIS MOM! He IS a good lookin' boy with a beautiful smile.. He continues to amaze me with his knowledge at such an early age... I enjoyed those cuddle times we had this past weekend... I am glad that he still wants Minnie to hold and love on him ;o)

Desiree said...

What a sweet tribute post... cute little man!

Cindi said...

Oh little boys, how I love them! So glad you got some one-on-one time with yours, it's priceless.

Katie L said...

beautiful boy and what a sweet post!

Kristy said...

How sweet! I too have just realized how hard it must be to be a mother in law! My oldest is 14 and has all these "girlfriends" and it makes me want to tell them to stay away! He's all mine!

Dion said...

He is really handsome. He will break hearts someday.

Anonymous said...

I don't think I could share him with another girl and I'm just an aunt!

Nana said...

It is hard to share them because boys kinda leave you when they think they have to be big and tough while girls stay closer to Momma (thank you Laura). It helps when you know they are madly in love and they have made a new best friend. But I remember that age 6 when they are in love with their momma and that's who they want to marry (they may actually say that)Then they get all independant, but that's better than the alternative! Hayes is so precious and deep thinking. He'll make some lucky girl very happy, heck he already compliments his Nana and Mini!

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