Braxton went "neccessity" shopping with me last week and picked out some new jammas!!! If I say that he is in love with them, that would be an understatement!! We generally take bath everynight and it's just like me to toss clean jammies on him...we were on day 3 of these jammies before I got different ones on him the other night! I hope it is always this easy to make him happy!
He could not wait til daddy got home from golf to show him!
No idea what this was about! I come into his room and he was 'farming in circles' he told me! That's a pretty good circle buddy!!! He cannot get enough of this farming business! If you are not aware of this, Braxton is a shy child! Shy at first, then opens up. I like to say he starts off as his daddy and turns into mommy:) He approached Alan Bender the other day and even asked him for corn to farm with (thanks Alan...for now we have piles in the bedroom, living room, and kitchen:)
Remember the Smart cycle from Santa?! He is finally able to consistently pedal it!! He told me the other day he can't wait for his elf to come back so he can kiss him and tell him thanks for always bringing him presents!!Aw!
Here we go! Brad, and many of the fellow hunting boys have been gutting a camper and remodeling it for a place to sleep while hunting! It really is coming along! Braxton got to help the other morning. So cute when he came out of his room with all these tools, and safety glasses on!! (Notice the corn freshly washed and drying on the towel!!)
I am a little sad to think deer hunting is almost here...because that means cold weather and mom left behind! Braxton has been hearing so much talk about praying for rain, the other night he randomly told me he is praying for SNOW!!! Heck, we will take it!!!
It is insane how fast the summer went! Only a few short weeks left, and kids will be back at school, and pools closed:( I finally got to take Brax the other day after lessons! He loves that he can run in the baby pool, but he did let me take him into the big pool! It was so fun being able to watch him go off the board (with a little nudge) He gets braver everyday!