Thursday, January 7, 2010

Thankful Thursday- Questions for Momma

Today I spent less than 4 waking hours with Cooper.
He slept in, and I worked later than usual.

During that time we did normal mom/kid stuff- had breakfast, got ready for school, drove to school, ate dinner, did homework and then read stories at bedtime.
During that time, these are just some of the questions he asked me.

Momma- There are 10 years until destruction. Did you know that? (I sure didn't.)

Momma- Do you like the Buxton Cell Phone Wallet?

Momma- What movie do you like? I'm going to buy you one but first I need to know what movie you like.

Momma- Can you ask me what 3x5 is? I know it.

Momma- Can we go to Target?

Momma- Can you come sit here next to me?

Momma- Can we please go to Target?

Momma- Who are those loyal people who control everyone? (he meant- ROYAL people)

During that time I couldn't get enough of this little kid. This little kid who is so kind, so inquisitive, so smart, so full of wonder, so funny, so obsessed with Target, so interested, and so mine.

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I am thankful for him.
What are you thankful for?

5 comments:

Denise said...

I am thankful for all of mine, but some days they wear me out! I am thinking that I might like to try having just 1 for a day...

Cooper sounds like a cutie!

Nancy said...

Thanks for visiting my blog... what an adorable son you have. And, I love the Thankful Thursday... stop and think, right?
Right now, I am thankful that my husband is finally well after 10 days of stomach flu right into the seasonal flu. Yesterday was his first day back to humanity. It was great to see him himself again. Have a super day... Nancy

The Browns said...

LOVE this post. Thankful for all the joy this sweet one brings you and thankful for how he and his momma made me smile today.

KMfamily ;-) said...

Hi Lettuce Be Glad,
Thanks for swingin on by my blog.
Its true, the Bannana pudding post IS one of my fav's!..thats sucha good recipe I just had to share it with everyone eles.

This is such a sweet post.
I love one on one time with my kids! I am certainly thankful for them.
Hope to see you swing by again.

Get Your Martha On said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! You asked about how the boxwood topiary held up ... not so well. It was okay, but I didn't have enough boxwood to start with and as it dried over the weeks, it seemed to get smaller and more sparse looking. I think the results would be different if one had an abundance of boxwood, though!