July 21, 2011

A cute boy.

Middle child is the complete opposite of his big brother.
Like black and white, I tell ya.
Oil and water.

Middle child is loud. I really don't think he will ever have an "indoor voice".
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He is a do-er. He does things and then thinks about it later.
And usually when he is doing it, he is very loud.
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Give him wide open spaces and other children to play with and he will run...and climb...and swim...and jump...all while being very loud.
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When I am not looking for earplugs, I admire these qualities in my middle child.
Not having any fear and just jumping into a situation without any hesitation.
Having the attention of others whenever he is around.
He totally takes after his Father.
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I know all of his wonderful qualities are just the beginning of a great story and I cannot wait to see how it all turns out.
With my earplugs of course.
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7 comments:

Life with Kaishon said...

He sounds like a very wonderful kid :)
I think the kids in this house this summer all are going to need major adjustments when they have to learn how to talk quietly again. They are so stinking LOUD. Wow!

These pictures are just beautiful!

Kim said...

This is great. You really should print that out for him when he is older.
You imply that there are not loud children. I have never heard of these creatures. If you have proof of their existence, could you please send it to me. ;)

liveinthebadlands said...

fab story! I can totally relate I have a few very loud children who act before they think :)

OneMommy said...

I love how different kids can be from their siblings. Enjoy every minute; at least ear plugs are cheap!

Stephanie said...

You totally captured his loudness in your photos! Great job!

Jenners said...

Hey...my son's volume switch seems to be broken too!!! : )

By the way, I'm just back from vacation and catching up with your blog posts but I'm only leaving one comment or I'll go mad!

Heatherlyn said...

Very well-written post! I love the snorkle picture at the end!