Pure Innocence

I love the pure innocence of children.  Tonight while Braxton was saying his prayers he said ” please God let Manny and Bandaddy come visit, let it be sunny tomorrow, and I hope to play with Hayes (neighbor) soon.  I love you God. ” 
What a blessing it is to have children and get the chance to see the world through their eyes now and then.

Pure Innocence

I love the pure innocence of children.  Tonight while Braxton was saying his prayers he said ” please God let Manny and Bandaddy come visit, let it be sunny tomorrow, and I hope to play with Hayes (neighbor) soon.  I love you God. ” 
What a blessing it is to have children and get the chance to see the world through their eyes now and then.

Greatest Invention Ever

This week I am thankful for my camera phone.  It may be one of the most wonderful inventions ever.  The ONLY way I was able to capture our pictures this week was with my phone.  The wonderful picture above is a perfect example of MOMENT CAPTURED.  Two brothers playing in the yard on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.

Jaxson discovered the rocking chair today.  He crawled up in it and started rocking away all by himself.  This child is really bright and know exactly what he wants.  Right around this age is when you see their minds start exploring the world and I definitely see that in Jaxson.  It just amazes me to watch their skills unfold.


My little camera poser, he is on auto pilot here.  Fun Sunday afternoon!!!  So glad I was able to capture these memories, thank you Cell Phone camera inventor!!!

COMPROMISE

When we get out of the car every day, Jax heads straight to playset.  Braxton has homework but of course he wanted to play.  Our COMPROMISE was to do homework outside on the swing set then he could slide and swing.  WIN WIN for mommy who got to keep Jax happy and got Braxton to do homework quickly.  Lesson learned for Mommy – breaking routine can actually help the night go smoother.

my little superhero

I am amazed daily at this child’s imagination. Ever since he was 18 months old, he has played with characters.  I would love to see inside his head.  He BANGS, BOOMS, and CRASHES them into each other.  Someone is always falling or needs help. His imagination reminds me of my own childhood.  Desiree and I could play house or play with Barbies for hoursand hours.  It is so interesting to see parts of yourself in your child.  I love revalations like this!!!!
As a mother, I often wonder what he will grow up to be.   I really do not care what it is but I do hope I can help him find his talents and use them to have a job that he truly enjoys doing.