Monday, March 1, 2010

Conversations with my son

IMG_3807 copy A conversation with my son from this weekend:



Me: Are you a big boy or a little boy?



Duc: Big boy!



Me: Are you sure?



Duc: (quite coyly) Maybe…



This boy kills me. He is such a rascal and yet a charmer. It’s an evil combination and I suspect it won’t be too long before I’m fielding phone calls from little girls in his class.

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A conversation this evening as he brushed his teeth:



Me: Duc, where is your hair? (Duc pointed to his hair)



Me: Duc, point to your nose. (Duc pointed)



Me: Duc, where is your eye? (Duc pointed to his eye).



And on and on I went reviewing his anatomy above the neck. He doesn’t know the rest of his anatomy so well so we started reviewing it.



Me: Duc, where is your boo? (this is his pet name for some of his, uh, anatomy.)


Duc grabbed my breasts.


Yeah, not exactly what I was referring to.

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I’m trying some new photo styles out. Ya’ll know I normally love bright, saturated colors…I even created a photo setting on my camera to increase the color in my photos. I love photos that look vivid and very vibrant, but I thought I would try some new things out. What do you all think?

4 comments:

Christine March 2, 2010 at 7:37 AM  

Love the softer colors! (And I'm a bright, saturated girl myself...) And the conversations are fabulous!

Kelli March 2, 2010 at 9:05 PM  

I like the soft look of thes pics. The conversations sound so familiar!

a Tonggu Momma March 2, 2010 at 11:58 PM  

The Tongginator called her... uh... anatomy her "ladybug" for a long time. Love your conversations with him!

Kris March 3, 2010 at 10:09 AM  

so i guess her heard "boob". he's a guy. we get that, right? so cute.

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