Monday, June 8, 2009
My sweet little boy......
So this sunday greg and I decided it was time for Isaac to start listening and sitting through church. He has been a handful when we go out to eat and at any other place (when it includes sitting and listening for an extended period of time). So we were more than 10 minutes into the sermon and the paster asked a question, not intending for someone to answer and of course it was my son who yelled out NO!!!!!!!!!!!!(i dont remember the question, but yes I was listening). Greg was getting ready to get up and take him out when everyone started dying laughing, and I instantly got hot all over. I also didnt hear the pastor say that LITTLE GIRL is right. Come on he has the deepest voice I have ever heard come from a little boy. All in all he did do a pretty good job and we are ready for next week, but think we will take something that he can stick in his mouth for a long time.
On saturday I worked all day and greg was in charge of the kids(which I must say he normally always does a great job, probably better than me:)) So his day started of with finding baby K in the toilet, not just playing the toilet(which she does a lot) HER WHOLESELF in the toilet. When greg told me about that we both thought for a minute and are positive we caught Isaac doing this when he was much older than her. Anyways I got home we just put the kids down for bed and went downstairs to watch a movie. I went to move a blanket of the couch and it was stuck....................WITH WOOD GLUE TO THE LEATHER COUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We both just looked at each other and new exactly who had done it. So when Isaac awoke the next morning we asked him about the situation with the couch, and he of course explained exactly what we thought. He was squeezing it and it started coming out on the couch, so he grabbed the blanket to try and get it of...........forgot to come tell us and it got stuck to the couch. I think he learned a good lesson this day.
On Friday we were at the pool with a bunch of friends. We never put the rope up anymore at my parents, because the kid know how to swim very well now and want to swim from the deep end to the shallow end. Anyways the kids are playing and the moms and I are sitting there talking, when I dont hear Isaac saying in a very calm voice"Mom that kids is drowning". So he of course yells at the top of his lungs"MOM THAT KIDS IS DROWNING", and sure enough a kids Isaacs age was going for a toy and didnt see the down slope into the deep end and was struggling. The mom just looked in panic and my friend jumped in and grabbed him. This could have been a terrible situation and thanks the Lord he was watching over us this day, but I was so proud of my Isaac:) When I asked him about it later he very simply tells me"Mom the kids was going for the boat and then he was drowning." I love this kid!!!!!!!