My (little) Guy

Little Boy G continues to add a lot of happiness and laughter to our house. I’m probably just easily amused, but that boy cracks me up. It’s a non-stop laugh riot when he’s around. The cutest things are the simplest ones. His interpretations of words and things around him keep me smiling the whole day through. Here’s a taste of what I mean:

  • Lollypop: Ice Pickle
  • Watermelon: Waterlemon
  • Yellow: Lello
  • Secret: Speakrette (kind of clever, actually)
  • Yogurt: Logert
  • Optimus Prime: Opta Mister Prime
  • Scuba Diver: Scooper Diver

In a word? He’s Awesome.

This weekend was kind of chilly. Perfect timing for a family who just got new windows in the house. We love love love the windows. My cute little husband walks around announcing that he’s going to go open a window. Since we moved in five years ago (!), we have never opened the windows (well, a couple in the sun room), but generally, because they were either painted shut or due to the high lead content, we never opened them now. At the moment, we have several open an it is sublime. Windows. They rock.



  1. rainbowmom said,

    September 23, 2008 at 12:27 am

    Glad you got rid of the lead saturated windows. Yuck. I love windows. I know that sounds stupid, but windows will be a make or break item when shopping for a house. I love big windows and a lot of light.

    btw, ice pickle is hilarious!

  2. Jill said,

    September 23, 2008 at 1:09 pm

    Little Boy G is a cutie! Love the pic. 🙂

  3. Christina said,

    September 23, 2008 at 6:07 pm

    I think Little Boy G and Zeeb speak the same language! LOL. What a cutie your LBG is!

    Isn’t it amazing how much we can appreciate a simple thing like a good working window? It’s the little things…

  4. Andrea said,

    September 23, 2008 at 9:03 pm

    Wonderful – can’t wait to feel the breeze when visiting.

  5. Elaine said,

    September 25, 2008 at 3:50 am

    I love the ice pickles! Opta Mister Prime is pretty hilariously cute, too. The kids at church have been learning a song that goes, in part, “onward, ever onward,” but Tank Boy has been walking around singing “Hogwart, ever Hogwart.” Kids . . . 🙂

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