Thursday, June 24, 2010

PSF and security

Not a lot has changed this past week.

Other than VBS at our church, we can still be found here.

Tying to stay cool and have as much fun as possible.

Last week
, I mentioned a big change in Jack. A few weeks ago, he was happy to stay on the steps and in just one fun morning, he was all over the place.

At first I thought it was my stellar teaching ability and that motherly way about me that naturally builds up my children's confidence.

However, once I downloaded these pictures, I don't think I can take credit for my son turning into a little fish.




Honestly, I think he just found his security object and held on tight.

*Sigh* I should have known. After all, it's not the first time.


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26 comments:

Foursons said...

Bwahahahaha. At first I thought his sister was giving him the strength he needed to swim with confidence. But noooo, of course that is not the reason! Bwhahahaha- boys.

Kmama said...

Hahahaha. So funny. Boys and their "bits". ;-)

Emmy said...

Lol! Yes what can we do. If you watch my catapult building video from a while back you can see Lucas do this even while running, and no he was not running for the toliet.

CM said...

Ha ha ha! Oh dear, that's a boy for ya!

Jessica said...

Hahahaha! That is too funny! At first I thought it was Melody too...until I looked at the 2nd picture!

Kelli @ RTSM said...

LOL! I have seen that from my boys more than I would like! I guess whatever works:)

Jen said...

That's hysterical!!!!!

Life with Kaishon said...

Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww. Your little fish is SO cute : ) I love his smile! I hope he has a happy summer with lots of swimming and splashing!

Erin said...

ha ha I was going to say is it his sister or his business ha ha!!

Chris said...

Well, I hate to tell him, but in case of a crash, THAT is not a floatation device.

Rachel said...

Oh my Lord... did you SEE the comment above mine? LOL!

This whole thing is hilarious.

And I must admit, that *that* particular object isn't typically the one you pinch shut before jumping in... BOYS!

He & Me + 3 said...

OmGosh...that is too funny and I totally clicked the link to check out the security object you were talking about. Yep I was right. LOL Hysterical.

Kelli said...

LOL! Some kids have security blankets...others have, well... LOL!!!

Raise Them Up said...

Lol! I've got three boys and a neighborhood full of them to boot. They're all the same!

Kelli @ writing the waves said...

What a crack up! I posted about our first swim lesson for PSF too - maybe that would work for Noah. hahahaha!

{Kimber} said...

baaaaaaaaaaaahhaaaaaaaaaa!!!!! BOYS!!!!

Laura Farrell said...

that is hilarious!! lol

Brandi said...

HAHAHHAHAHA! They learn about that 'security object' early.

Missy (Two Little Monkeys) said...

Too funny! Boys, what ya gonna do?
Sweet picture!

Kat said...

HAHAHAHAHA!!!!! Here I thought it was his dear sweet sis giving him courage. Oh no! HAHAHAHAHA!!!
Such a boy.

I swear about 50 times a day I am telling Ben, "Honey, don't grab your penis in public. It is not polite." And I've gone through this phase with my older two as well. Egad! ;)

HeatherOz said...

Hahaha! That is so funny! And all the comments are pretty hilarious too!

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

Oh boys! They always have to be sure that "security" is still hanging around! :)

scrappysue said...

hilarious. sometimes i think there's a magnet and the two are drawn together :)

Krystyn said...

HAHAHA....that is classic.

Now, I'm wondering what's going to inspire Iz to jump in!

Angie S said...

so funny! hayden recently discovered his privates. he grabs it just whenever he so desires. boys.

heidi said...

Seriously. I have to say at LEAST 20 times a day - Corban, stop holding on to your penis. What is the DEAL?!?