Don't worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watcing you. --Robert Fulghum
A person's a person, no matter how small. --Dr. Seuss

Monday, August 17, 2009

His Turn

So, Anderson has been dragged around for 3 years to every girl activity possible. He has been soo good and so patient. Now, it's his turn. He is taking a "lil sluggers" class. He loooooooves it! I mean, LOVES it. He is so funny to watch. The girls even love to watch him. They get bored of sitting, then they turn and start watching him and laugh and laugh and cheer. It's just so fun. Lexi said, "mom, he is great. He's going to play professional baseball when he grows up."

Today, Anderson said:
Mom, I like baseball shirts. I need a lot of baseball shirts. I want a shirt with baseball on it. Where is my baseball shirt?

Mom, I need a baseball hat. We don't have one, buddy. We don't have one? Let's go buy a baseball hat. Now. Before baseball. Pweease.

I feel bad because we do NOT have a ball cap for him. We had one then lost it a long time ago. Anyway, so I found this hat. So, he is kind of not suited
up right, yet... But, I'll try and get on that this week.
Here he is in class and trying to get me to guess where his arms are....

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