Two = Big Head, Big Heart

18 Mar

It may be good parenting, or good nannying, or some higher power better left unquestioned, but Q’ool has turned two without becoming a raving, tantrum throwing kid. His birthday was last week, and if you didn’t get the invitation, here’s your chance to at least see the birthday-flyer. Q’ool was quite pleased with his bounty, which arrived in waves over a span of 4 days or so:

  • A wooden train set (the Yukon express)
  • Three books (The Birthday Party, Choo-Choo, and a homemade photo album)
  • Two t-shirts (“E=MC2” and “Chicks Dig Me”)
  • A yellow truck-wagon
  • Mr. Potato Head

More importantly, I think he’s learning to share with Little Fabulus.

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5 Responses to “Two = Big Head, Big Heart”

  1. McWahoo March 25, 2008 at 3:07 am #

    Kai is a good looking guy (wait ’til he turns 3, though!)

  2. Rosk March 27, 2008 at 6:45 pm #

    babies wearing t-shirts with funny statements RULE, have you seen Calabazo’s? http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=378205&l=6e99f&id=665316686

  3. Rosk March 27, 2008 at 6:50 pm #

    what’s with the “no gift please” mode? Here the Expat crowd asks for the same. Although you missed the “please donate the money to X charity.”
    I won’t, the Swiss have been sooooo cheap that I will actually print: “Gift is a must, don’t show if not bringing one.”

  4. fsowalla April 1, 2008 at 8:19 am #

    I wonder if we have kids wear the slogans we want to wear? The No Gifts rule is to prevent receiving expensive, inane, or less than useful gifts — the boys have too many toys already and why get drawn into a spiral of gift giving/receiving? I understand the etiquette aspect and appreciate the sentiment, but really, it’s okay if they’re limited to meaningful, useful presents just occasionally.

  5. Rosk April 2, 2008 at 3:01 pm #

    yeah, I totally agree, I was just losing some steam. Your kids look lovely.

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