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July 16, 2010

Hurry Hurry Uh Oh

Three years old
such a big boy
Montessori school
Three days a week

Time to pick you up
So glad to see you
Miss your sweet self
My days aren't the same

Your face has a frown
That's not like you
I give you a hug
And put you in the car

You want to tell me
But you are full of shame
You had an accident today
And you want to explain

As soon as you felt the urge
You ran to the bathroom
But you couldn't make it in time
And you figured out why

"My pee went faster than I could"
you said. I stopped on the way home
and bought you an ice cream cone.

The picture is my son at age 3.

19 comments:

Shrinky said...

What an adorable tale (and utterly gorgeous kid)!

Dave King said...

Enjoy - you obviously are, it comes out in the writing.

Stacy (the Random Cool Chick) said...

Awwwww! That's so sweet! As is the picture! :)

Sabi Sunshine said...

so lovely post.. you are really awesome in expressing feelings. I enjoy reading it...
Love
Sabi Sunshine

Vinny "Bond" Marini said...

I did that the other day and I am 56! No, but seriously...what a cute picture

Lola Sharp said...

Awww...so sweet. Love the heartfelt poem, and the photo.

I miss when my daughter was that age. They grow up so darn fast. *sigh*

Have a wonderful weekend, friend.

Love,
Lola

Nezzy said...

"My pee went faster than I could" Heeehehehe....cracked me up!!! What a sweet pic and I sure needed a good laugh today.

Ya'll have a delightfully blessed weekend!!!

Joanna Jenkins said...

You know Techno, we think a lot alike when it comes to kids. I'd have brought him an ice cream too to celebrate the fact that he tried.

And what a gorgeous tike!!!!

xoxox jj

LL Cool Joe said...

Both my kids went to a Montessori school. :)

Haven't we all had that kind of accident? No one bought me an icecream cone though!

Robert the Skeptic said...

By 4 y/o grandson is learning Cantonese. The kid doesn't even like Chinese food.

Mama Zen said...

Oh, I just want to cry for him!

Life with Kaishon said...

You are a good mom. A very, very good mom. I am glad he has you.

Ocean Girl said...

I love this post. The picture tells more than a thousand words. I feel the moment in time, that sometimes mothers wish we could go back to.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

So cute, both the story and the picture! I love your son.

deb said...

precious.
the story, the photo,
and your heart.

and ice cream was just the thing.

The Empress said...

adorable....thank you.

Unknown Mami said...

Aww, that is so sweet.

anne h said...

Cute - and smart!
He's got it figured out.

Marla said...

What a great mommy!