November 7, 2011

My Three Little Birds: Part 2


Mr C

My calm, calm baby boy.

My blonde haired, blue eyed special little guy ♥

I've been trying to decide what to write about my Mr C (aged 8). So many words come to mind - passionate, caring, focused, funny, energetic, creative......

He has an older sister and a younger sister and sometimes, when the girls are fighting, he will look at me and say "those girls are so much trouble Mum!"..

I mother all of my children the same way, but there is a special bond between my son and I..as all mothers and their baby boys have I am sure...

When he was born, he was such a placid little baby, he didn't really open his eyes for the first two weeks - he would keep them squeezed shut most of the time, and we loved when we could actually see his blue eyes.....

I carried him around with his head on my shoulder, looking outwards and I didn't even have to support him with my other hand, as he would just lie there with his head resting, looking at the world while I went about my chores....

When he turned 2, we thought we'd been hit by a cyclone. THE ENERGY this kid had was amazing....

If there was a cupboard to look inside, he was there. If there was a door to slam off it's hinges, he'd have a go.....he would run ahead in the shopping centre, which was scary as I had a 4 year old and a newborn to deal with at that time.....

I tried the wrist strap attached to him and me, so he wouldn't run too far, but he'd still run...and the strap would stretch, and people would stare. Or trip!

Now he is 8 years old and he still has that amazing energy that he channels into sports......he excels at anything he tries - tennis, cricket, rugby league and now AFL...he is my star ♥

He is so kind hearted and has so many friends...

He is smart and creative and loves Lego and Star Wars and Ben 10 and Indiana Jones.

He is a wonderful storyteller and the way his brain works..and the things he says, just thrill and amaze me...

To share some thoughts from my wise and funny little man, I've borrowed some blog entries that will definately make you smile....

Mr C - I'm allergic to bad squirrels. They make me vomit.


Mr C: Mummy

Farmers Wifey: yes my love

Mr C: what are those things under your eyes?

Farmers Wifey: they're bags honey. They're bags...


I had just put the kids to bed and Mr C (aged 7) comes out and seriously says "I just don't feel like going to bed at this stage"....

As I walked him back to bed I said seriously "Well love, I don't feel like entertaining you all night at this stage"....


Football obsessed? Noooo way.

Mr C (aged 6): Mummy, who is the Prime Minister of Australia?

Mr C again: It's Darren Lockyer, isn't it????

My aussie readers will appreciate the giggles. My overseas pals can can google Mr Lockyer to fully understand!

He has enriched my life and he makes me smile every day. I love him and his passion for life.

My special little guy ♥


14 comments:

Be A Fun Mum said...

Love hearing about your kids. And the pics? GORGEOUS!!

Farmers Wifey said...

Hello lovely, thank you....as you know I don't post pics of the kids on my blog...but I really wanted to...just this once ♥

Mum on the Run said...

That was literally heartwarming to read (and see).
Your genuine adoration of your little man is gorgeous - and he sounds like a fantastic kid.
Such cute pics of you two.
"At this stage". Hee hee.
:-)

Farmers Wifey said...

Ha yeah it was like, "you can be as serious as you like" but you're going BACK TO BED!!!!!"

Foursons said...

He is your mini-me! He sounds like such a great guy to have around. Full of energy, fun, and a sense of humor- it doesn't get much better than that!

Farmers Wifey said...

He is really very funny..the things he says, just make me laugh!

LisaW said...

Oh, he is just adorable! I love those conversations.

Norlin said...

From the mouths of babes. :) I've got a little man and I do understand what you mean by that "special" bond with your little man. Just not the same with the girls, but then again, it doesn't help mine being the youngest either. I've got a different type of relationship with my girls, which I think is just as beautiful. But just different. Wonder why that is. s

Kellie said...

Love this Michelle!
He sounds like quite a character, and he is pretty spunky ;)

I love the bond that I have with my little guy too. It took a long time for it to form but I appreciate it so much because I had to work for it.
Nothing beats having a little Mumma's Boy :)

x

Fiona said...

What a gorgeous boy! Love the fun photos, he's very much like you.
As a mum of three girls and a boy, I well understand the special bond between mother and son. Of course my husband sees it as me 'sooking' him, I see it differently.

Crystal Jigsaw said...

Such beautiful tributes to your lovely children. And I love the photographs too.

CJ xx

Posh Totty said...

Gorgeous pics :O)

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