Sean had his first experience with water balloons. I am so mad at myself for not thinking of this before. He loves balloons and LOVES (obsessed with) water. Put them together and what do you have? A very happy child. He was hilarious and I hate to admit this but I actually laughed so hard I had to change out of my jeans (stupid kegals). TMI, I know.
He was hilarious. He could not understand what happens to the balloons after I threw and popped them. He laughed and laughed and then when I popped it, he would get this concerned look on his face and say, "Baoon" over and over. It was so funny. I didn't have the heart to stop playing with them so when it was bath time, we took the fun to the tub. He loved it. It made me remember an article I read about making your toddler's day. I thought I would read it and it would give me this amazing guideline to make your child happy. Nope. Just things like dancing with them, playing, reading, letting them cook with you, etc, etc, etc. It's so easy to make their day. A doctor told me once, when they're small their problems are small and when their big their problems are big. It's true. Every single day, I have to choose my battles and I have to admit, most of the time, I don't even feel like battling. I guess that might mean Sean is spoiled but.....you're only young once! LOVE HIM!
These are my boys! They are the greatest. I absolutely adore them. I can't get enough of Seanie and his high strung, anti-social, funny personality and I just can cuddle and kiss Jakey all day long!