Yesterday afternoon I drove a few miles toward the freeway to meet our son and daughter-in-law and their three boys. They live a bit more than half an hour from our home and were taking the two older boys for a surprise outing to see the new Toy Story movie. Our youngest grandson, two-and-a-half-year-old Mr. H., stayed with us. When I arrived at our planned meeting place, Mr. H., was waiting and ready to hop out of the car and give Grandma hugs and kisses. His little mouth was puckered up almost the moment we looked through our car windows at each other! This was his first visit to Grandma’s house by himself – no brothers and no parents! One of the first things he asked when he arrived was, ‘Where’s my bed?’ He was a bit disappointed he wasn't spending the night but it wasn’t long before he had settled in and was having a good time. Grandpa and Joey enjoyed watching him play with cars.
He was anxious to show me that he put this one together – all by himself! It didn’t seem to matter that the arms and legs were backwards!
Mr. H. and Nana (my dear, little mother and his great-grandmother) enjoyed being together. His advice to Nana: if something scares you, go home and don't do that again!
A little bit of advice, perhaps?
It's hard to go to sleep when someone is watching you - and talking to you! And telling you to close your eyes?A budding virtuoso in the family, perhaps? Like his brothers before him, he couldn’t wait to play the piano for us. He informed us that he likes ‘loud’!
Before the evening was over it took a bit of time but soon he figured out the remote for Grandpa’s vibrator recliner. Mr. H. and Joey seemed to like being together.
Success for a two-and-a-half-year-old boy is doing it by himself! Success for Grandma is when she knows he loved being here and he begs to stay!
Loved this Adrienne. Mr H is a cutie pie. Grands are so much fun!!ReplyDelete
Grandsons are the best! Yours is such a cutie!ReplyDelete
Adrienne, what a precious little kid-ling you have ... these bundles are nothing but joy & love, aren't they?ReplyDelete
Have a lovely summer's eve ~
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon
He is adorable! This makes me homesick for my little grandson, haven't seen him in several months :-(ReplyDelete
Mr. H. is a cutie-pie! I bet you just love kissing those chubby cheeks. :)ReplyDelete
Precious photos of a precious child! Looks like everyone had a really good time. Darn it, I NEED a grandbaby that doesn't have 4 legs and fur!!! :)ReplyDelete
What a sweetie. I sent you some photos let me know if they came, I tried to send them through pacassaReplyDelete
How very special! Loved seeing your little Mr H and Joey together. Everytime I see you mother's picture I think she looks familiar.ReplyDelete
What a sweet and precious little man! I am so glad you all got special time together.ReplyDelete