7 thoughts on “Toddler Tracks: The Randomness

  1. Chris says:

    What an amazing little guy…every time I read about him, I just want to cry. I so wish I knew him, the real him, and I so wish his cousins knew him too. I think we would love him so. I already do! I hope one day I will meet you, little E. Till then, get your Mama to cover you with kisses from Aunty Chris. <3

  2. diblog says:

    @ Yerpa – Yeah, me too!
    @ Chris – ME TOO!! I miss your kids even though I know they’re such different people now. I really hope the cousins do get to play together someday. Love and hugs and kisses to all of you too.

  3. emerge says:

    Awwww I LOVE those pics! ­čÖé

    Don’t forget “bacleaner” becoming “blackener” (for vacuum cleaner).

    And how the other day he had a pea husk on his finger and called it Helen (even though it had no tentacles).

    And WHAT is with the helicopter in the back yard?? Every time he goes in the blue room with me now he looks out and points and says hepcapter. I think it’s got something to do with the snow. It’s very clear to him and very unclear to me, but he won’t explain.

  4. Bev says:

    Randomness – oh, yes, I remember it well. The first striking example we had was Ben saying “Din doy” from time to time – very clearly and with expression and relative to nothing whatever that we could ever figure out. You all had your randomness, though, in different ways. Very splooshy stuff.

    How’s “cumbumber” coming along? I hope he leaves it alone for a while!

  5. Beth says:

    Everett = tooooo much!!! xoxoxoxoxo
    I like the sled picture a lot; I think he looks like his mama there.
    I am due for an E-visit! (And by that I do not imply that it will be electronic in any way.) (Although he does like to press buttons, so maybe we could do some of that together.)
    Smoochy smoochy SMOOCH!
    Ay-Bef

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