he is four, he calls us mom and dad (mommy and daddy only during extreme duress during tickle fights) he discusses the star wars time lines and knows the philosophical differences between jedi and sith (well basically). he insists on giving the dogs their treats and if one gets one, the other gets one, both with pats on the head and endearments, he can make his own lego cruisers and can show the other kids around noggin.com and playhouse.disney.com – so soon – I hear thirteen in his voice and sometimes the echo of someone much older..
it’s hard not to cling to him and wish he would stay a little bean but I tell myself, what we’re doing is for him, not for us, we’re raising a healthy happy child to grow into a happy healthy adult, just enjoying the brief moment as much as we can. that is enough.
enjoy your weekend everyone :) happy friday
Kim L.That is sooooo sweet. I sympathise, my daughter is just 2, and I got my first similar feeling when I watched her rummage through the living room searching for a screwdriver which she then proceeded to poke into the newly installed child-lock on our candy drawer in the kitchen when she was only 14 months.
Shocked my hair straight I tell you… I could see a little tiny intelligent 10 year old walking around in a 9 month old baby-gro (she’s quite petite for her age). Makes you wish you could cradle them in your lap and sing lullabies for eternity doesn’t it? :)
Jackylike Kim above, thats so so SWEET .but unlike, i dun hv any child and i m just a 18 yrs old student. haha
And actually i really love kids n absolutely love ares !
he looks great in every picture u took ! i think thats some sort of bonding between mother n son~:)
yhyh! I remember first time i watched ur photoshots (the blue backpack one) was about 1 yr ago (probably) and inlove wif it instantly!
And i hope someday when ur child is no longer a child and become an adult, i can still c his picture which is taken by u!
ur fans from hong kong.
dun mind my bad english~;)