I could eat this kid up he is so cute. His has a wonderful personality...he is funny, goofy, and smart, yet, he is extremely deep (well, as deep as a 2 1/2-year-old can be). His brother's personality is a lot like mine and he is so much like his dad. And, I love that because there is no man that walks on this Earth that I would rather him be like.
He thinks he is a big kid just like his brother (who he calls his best friend) and tries hard to keep up with him. Little Buckaroo is into hunting, so of course, he is all about it. He can tell you exactly how to pull the bow back and aim and how is going to "get dat deer". Oh, and he wears these boots everyday no matter what clothes he is wearing. Sometimes I just have to roll with it, pick my battles.
He makes us laugh often. His creativity and cleverness never ceases to amaze me. I have no idea why he thinks that his cowboy belt needs to go around his head, but I am sure he has some explanation that is perfectly sensible to him.
Here he is in his Inja outfit, no, I did not misspell that, he calls it his Inja outfit. Believe me, you don't want to get in his way while he is Inja-ing. This kid is tough!
These are his favorite overalls that he wears with his boots and a hat of course. When we are in town people always look me up and down because I think they assume he is an Amish or a Mennonite child. I guess they are offended by my Gap jeans.
This is a wonderful season in our lives and I know it will pass by too quickly. So, I am trying hard to stop and enjoy every minute. I am so thankful for the grace the Lord has shown in my life and that He has given me 3 wonderful guys to spend my life with.
The Park Wife