Saturday, February 6, 2010

Look what C4 found

So just like any other day I arrive home and usually the first thing I do is ask the kids what they learned today, what they did today and in C4 case I ask T is he did anything new today?  Well Friday night I got home and talked to C1, C2, and C3 and got the run down of how the day was.  House smelled good from the dinner T cooked which the kids hardly ate by the way, but no problem  for me.

Now for the educational, family tree learning part of the program. 

What I am going to tell you is something that has been passed down throughout generation of my family. My Granddaddy passed it to my dad and my dad passed it down to me and I passed it down to C1, C2 and now C4 has taken the torch.  This is something I am so proud to see that my boys have picked up. I actually don't even remember C1 & C2 picking this up at such an early age like C4.  He is only 8 months and is showing he is very smart.

From the early years of C1 & C2 the doc's always said that they were very advanced in this area and I have to admit that this was passed from me and not their mommy.  I still use this skill to this day and it comes in very handy.  I know every father feels the same and is probably nodding yes while reading this and thinking "ahhh, I remember those days"

In case you haven't already figured out what I am talking about, I will let you in on the big deal...........

C4 found his WEE-WEE

This is awesome!! I am loving this!!  C4 was sitting in the bath when I got home last night from work and T say's "Look what C4 learned" and then she looked at him and said "Where is your WEE-WEE?" And then my little master scholar took his right hand and grabbed his junk.  I am left handed but I am not complaining, he can use whatever hand he wants.  As long as he is careful and doesn't rip it off.

Some parent's want their boys to crawl, then walk and point to their nose and head and eyes.....but I am so glad that I can sit back and bask in the glory that my little C4 found his WEE-WEE.  Now he can begin his lifetime full of adventure and his WEE-WEE will just be tagging along for the ride.

I love you C4 and congrats on your new discovery



♥Jess♥ February 6, 2010 at 8:51 PM   Reply to

One day in the future your son will love this post! Haha! I have to say that I don't remember when this particular milestone happened in my children's lives. :)

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