Saturday, April 18, 2015

Ariana Grande's One Last Time by Bella

Daddy requested this song to be sang by his little girl. Little girl Bella put it together in a month. Daddy was very happy.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

My Little You Tuber

Can't believe my 4 yr old would actually memorize what he watches from You Tube. He's into Legos and loves to watch Lego clips on You Tube. One morning he brought out his Lego Factory collection and started talking to himself. Yes, that was at 7 in the morning when everyone was still hoping for at least 15 more minutes of sleep. My husband and I didn't get the idea of what he was doing until 5 minutes later (of him talking non stop) he said, "...and don't forget to subscribe to my You Tube channel at Lego Factory slash ____.com" We both got up laughing to ourselves and praising our little You Tuber for such a great commentating he just did.

A day later I convinced him to do another Lego Tutorial while I videotape him...and here he is...

"Hi, my name is James."



Lego Battles: Ninjago For Nintendo Ds (Google Affiliate Ad)

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Baby's Firsts

Baby's Firsts are always the best. I recorded almost all of them with my first born. I had so much fun watching him grow, I even made this little ad for him while I worked for a Newspaper co.
That was almost 4 years ago.

I'm now on my second one....and still keeping records.







At the Sign of the Barbers Pole (Google Ad)

Friday, April 22, 2011

Happy Easter!

James came home from school last week with this Easter artwork. He didn't realize what it was until he handed it to me. He had the funniest reaction on his face. He said, "Oh my gosh Mommy! This is great! This is my foot mommy! And it became a chicken!"

Funny lil' guy! He's looking forward to the Easter Egg Hunt at the Park tomorrow. It will be a long day for mommy and daddy.

Happy Easter Everyone!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Little Questions

Today, my husband gave our 4 year old an empty box of New Castle to put his toys in. He was so happy when his daddy dropped it on the floor where he was playing. He put all of his race cars in it then he came to me and said, "I have a nice Daddy huh mommy? Where did you get him?" I wanted to laugh out loud when I heard this, but I answered his questions instead..."Yes James, you have the nicest Daddy in the world. I bought him at Bug Mart, he was on sale for $2." Then he said, "Really? So what about me? Where did you buy me?" After asking me this question, I suddenly started thinking...should i keep playing with his imagination or should I be telling him the right answers to his questions. But how do I answer his 2nd question? I only had a couple seconds to come up with a decent answer coz' this little guy is anxiously awaiting for an answer while standing right in front of me and looking me in the eye. And so I said, "I bought you at Walmart....just kidding... we don't buy people. Papa Jesus gave you to me." Then he quickly asked, "How much did you give to Papa Jesus?" At this point I felt like I just got myself in big trouble.
So I quickly said, "I didn't pay him any money." Then his daddy yells, "You were Free James." Needless to say, the conversation got more complicated. I had to explain to him why he was Free? And i had to answer more questions like "Where did Papa Jesus get me", "Where did you come from Mommy?", "What about my sister?"... until I had to slowly change the topic and try to get him back to playing with his toys.

It is amazing how these little brains work, isn't it?