Thursday, March 4, 2010
Allen's hopeful moment this week consisted of 'hoping' to fit into his favorite box. Meanwhile I was busy hoping that he would not fall out of it and hurt himself.

I was also hoping that as he gets older, and his attention span gets longer, we'll have more quiet moments like the one above.
Last Friday he had experienced the repercussions of being a carefree little boy who's not as stable on his feet as he thinks, and mommy probably got her first gray hair. 
He cut his temple pretty deep and when he turned around to show me his 'booboom' ... well lets just say my first instinct was to call in the top specialists from all over the world to help stop the bleeding.
Luckily a few minutes of pressure with a cold washcloth stopped it, and he was back to his carefree self within moments. 
Wish I can say the same for myself.
Is it really THAT wrong to stick em in a bubble?
 
Mmm and to round things off on a positive note, this was a moment where I hoped this tasted as good as it looked. I wasn't disappointed!

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11 comments:

Megryansmom said...

Stopping by from You Capture to check out what everyone is hopeful for.

Colleen said...

The first picture made me laugh and the last made me drool!

Jen said...

That last one looks yummy!

Amy said...

Ooh, that cake looks DELiSH!

pandabox33 said...

Oh yum !!

Caroline (Frogmum) said...

LOL re the box and the bubble and YUM to the cake :D!!

beausarmywife4life said...

Thanks for the comment!! Ill be over in 5 minutes to eat that thigh-thickening treat!!

Photogramommy said...

Cute pics! And I know what you mean about the bubble...my husband thinks I'm very over protective, but I grew up with 2 sisters and boys are a whole new thing to me...they're wild!

ckbasi said...

The box is hilarious! And, having given up sweets for Lent, that cake is a sign of hope of another kind altogether! ;)

Lisa said...

That last picture, yum!

countryfriedmama said...

The picture of him in the box is fabulous -- definitely captures the hopefulness of childhood.

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