Monday, August 29, 2011

The mystery of my grandson's face


So Téa notices something on the side of Jonas' eye

How could some gunky green stuff get there? And what was it?
"Owie, Honey," she says to me. (she calls me Honey for short)
He can't figure out what the big deal is.

She was becoming increasingly worried.
Little girls are programmed before they come to earth to take care of everyone.


It wasn't until Amy got back and they were painting, that I was able to solve the mystery. 
I suddenly remembered that I must have kissed him there while drinking my Green Smoothie! 
I kiss them so much I lose track. 
By that time, it was caked on his face and required a bit of scrubbing to get it off. 
He could care less, but Tea seemed happy we got that "owie" off of him.
I had to look this town over before I found a 'paint with water' book. It's perfect 2 year old entertainment.
And then it was the very last one at Target! This was the hit of our morning.


So much so, that Téa was heart broken when it was time to move on.

In spite of the teary Goodbyes, we did have a great morning together!


I love the "kids and pets" feature on my camera. 
I keep it on that setting most all the time. 
Love the way it can capture even Téa's feet in a split second with no blur!

8 comments:

Sue said...

I love those mournful eyes Tea got when she spotted her brother's "injury."

She's a soft-hearted one!

=)

grandmapeg said...

You do get great pictures with that camera!! I think you are absolutely right when you say that little girls are programmed before they come to earth, to take care of everyone. Cute pictures!

Rebecca said...

haha this looks like my day today!

Karen Mortensen said...

I love those paint books. I didn't know they had them any more.
Glad you solved the mystery of what was on Jonas' face. That is just too funny though.

Kris said...

Oh those two are just so, so cute! I miss them!

Anonymous said...

Fun at Grandma Honey's house seems to be the norm for whichever grandkid is there! These two are no exception! Love, Dad and Susan

Lisa said...

You captured such wonderful expressions. Those are the CUTEST TWINS ever!

kelly said...

I wish the first series of pictures was all on video, that is too cute. You are such a cute grandma, I can't wait till my mom retires and does paint with water with Peyton!