I have been thinking about doing something like this for awhile, but just have not gotten around to it. Wesley is growing up so fast and now that he is talking, he says and does the funniest things. I want to be able to look back on them, years from now and laugh! So, this is all about Wes and the silly, goofy, sometimes naughty, or the uniquely Wesley things he does!
This past week I did a photo shoot with my friend Kristie and her dog Saphira . Wes loved Saphira and kept feeding her popcorn and playing with her. He also had to be in some of Kristie's photos, ofcourse he could not take his eyes off of the Thomas the Tank movie that was playing. :-)
Wes is in love with his little sister, though at time he says he's not. When I was practicing with the back drop I made he really wanted to be just like "Lisity" so off went his clothes and he became a baby too.
Raspberry blowing is a favorite of both kids, however I am quite positive that Wesley does it much better than Mommy and Daddy!
We took Wes to the McDonald's play area this week and while there he found a left over crown from a Birthday party that had just ended and upon putting it on his head profoundly proclaimed "Look guys! I am the queen!" haha We will have to work on that one. :-)
While driving in the car Wes was asking me if roaring at me was ok. I told him "That roaring noise is ugly noise and he should not make that at Mommy when he is talking to me."
His response, "Oh, it's ok Mommy we can just put makeup on it."
His favorite snack is "yogit" and he love "pomatoes" (tomatoes). Pees and green beans make him "choke" and he likes to pee in the snow.
Kirstie taught him Pink Floyd songs while she was watching him this week so now he sings "I do need no edvatation (education)" and "Hey! Teacher leave those kids alone!" We are working on Kirstie and trying to teach her to teach him more age appropriate songs. :-)
Whenever Wes is thirsty he says "Mommy can you get me a dink, I'm parched." And when he is hungry it is " I am pamished" (famished). Thanks again to Kirstie for teaching his such great new words.
I can't wait to see what the next week has in store for this ever moving and learning little guy!