Friday, November 20, 2009

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's.....

SUPER CARTER! I love it when he uses his imagination! There are so many things inside that little head of his. He has a batman cape that my mom bought for him, but today that just wasn't going to do. He only wanted his blue blanket tied around his neck, using my hair tie, and his safety goggles from his tool set.

When I took these pictures it was about 3:00 in the afternoon. Notice he is still in an oversized t-shirt? That's because it was lazy day around here. Stay in your jammies until you just have to change. Sometimes you need those jammie days. He flew from my bathroom to the living room. Then I could hear him running down the hall, then back he came to my room.

All the while, saying "never fear, UNDER DOG is here!!!" Tucker watched as if he were watching a tennis match. His head going back and forth. I'm telling you when he learns to talk, we are in t.r.o.u.b.l.e!! The two of them are going to be so mischevious!!!

We were eating breakfast and Tucker came strolling by in his walker. Carter asked if he could give him a kiss and I said, why not? He leaned down and kissed him and told him, "I love you Tucker-bear!" I smiled really big, and said you really love your brother, don't you? He told me, "yes ma'am, but I really want a sister". Unsure of how to respond at the moment, I just smiled again and he perked up and said, "I think I'll just pray and ask Jesus for a sister!" Umm.. TRAV... if we get pregnant and it's a girl, it was Carter's prayer! LOL!! Once again, the innocence of a child!

My superhero, exhausted! It's hard work being the best superhero around. Notice how he is sleeping so close to the edge of the bed. He sleeps sideways, and almost always has his head near the edge of the bed. Good thing he's a super hero so he can catch himself before he falls! ;)


Mommy Is Green said...

Cool photos! It looks like there is a lot of fun in your home. -Victoria from MBC

Jessica said...

These would make the best scrapbook pages! TOO CUTE!

And good for you, for raising a little one who knows how to use his imagination. It's a vanishing art.

Christine said...

ohh so cute! what a sweet little boy!