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scaredy buddy
June 2, 2009, 10:36 pm
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buddy

buddy

Buddy was scared of everything at the lake. Awww!



SO. CUTE.
February 5, 2009, 1:27 am
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kids, they’re so cute
December 25, 2008, 5:55 pm
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Background:

Instead of exchanging gifts with my extended family, we decided to sponsor a family this year. The family consists of three little boys (2, 6, and 11 I think) and their mom, and they were the victims of domestic abuse. The boys are so cute and they are really sweet! The youngest boy was BY FAR the funniest. Being so young, he didn’t have any reasons not to say the first thing that came to his mind. This is where these two stories come into play.

Story 1:

My neighbor (the boys’ second cousin) let the boys and their mom live with her while they found a place to stay. One day, she was wrapping the little one up in a towel after his bath and talking to him. She said things along the lines of “you are such a good baby! I love you, your brothers love you, your mommy loves you. Who do you love?” Without any hesitation, he replies with, “I love my dingy!” My neighbor’s 13 year-old daughter hears this and yells “is that ALL they ever think about?!”

Story 2:

My mom had offered to babysit the same little boy while his family moved into their new house. My mom’s younger sister stopped by while he was at my house. She was in charge of the gift-buying for him, so my mom told him that my aunt would be seeing Santa later and asked him what he wanted for Christmas. He told her what he wanted and then my mom began to tell my aunt that he “lovessss to take a bath!” At the sound of the word “bath,” he quickly perks up. “I want to take a bath!” He ruuuunns up the stairs and starts to get undressed. My mom tells my aunt goodbye and goes up to help him. He takes his shirt off and then starts to pull his pants down (while still wearing his shoes). The doorbell rings, and it’s my aunt (she had forgotten something). My mom asks her if she can help the little one while she checked the oven. My aunt goes upstairs and says, “you need to take off your shoes and socks before you can take your pants off!” He looks at her and says…“ya see my dingy?!”