Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Everyday Life: Non discriminatory

My two year old is equal opportunity.

When he makes tea, he doesn't just make tea for him.
He makes it for me.

He makes it for daddy. He makes it for baby EJ. And he even makes some for you if you don't have a clue (or care) about what tea is.

So it's not so surprising that he feels that way about hats and serenades, too.
Even if you're head is wayy too small.

You still get a hat.

And even if you're not really sure what a serenade is, he's still going to sing his heart out for you, strum his "guitar" and put on a stellar performance that will leave you smiling at whatever it was that just happened.

Maybe one day he'll be a great social reformer.

Or maybe he'll be a politician.


  1. Every performer needs and audience! Give that boy his own blog and Twitter account!

  2. That is so sweet! You guys are raising such a caring little guy :)

  3. how fun! they're going to be best pals growing up :)

  4. That is so cute. He has such a gentle spirit about him.

  5. Oh, the cuteness. What a good big bro!

  6. I love the picture of the dog with his cup of tea. And I love the little one with his baseball cap.


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