21 September, 2006

I just love it...

when Chickie asks me to drive home a different way (he loves his little 'adventures'). I'll be approaching our street from the other end (to usual) and he'll throw his hands in the air and cheer, saying 'Yay! We made it!'.

I'll readily admit to having poor navigation skills, but surely they're not that bad!

6 comments:

Robin said...

It's amazing what little things can please a child. That's pretty cute.

caramaena said...

Yeah, sometimes they'll get all excited over the oddest things. I'd love to be able to hear what he's thinking some days!

My float said...

Ah, that's very cute. I'm amazed that my son can remember things. If we drive a certain way, he'll tell me who lives that way, or remind that there's a park that he really likes, or even a library. It's a bit freaky for a two and a half year old!

I love that your son throws his hands up and cheers. Makes you wonder where he thought he would end up!

caramaena said...

my float - I'm amazed at their memories too. My son is 4 and he's able to remember things from when he was quite young.

Radioactive Jam said...

With or without a different-route driving adventure, I think I'll start doing the hands-up and cheer routine. It seems like fun, plus it might have the added benefits of amusing my spouse (she understands these kinds of things) while annoying our teenage children. That's like, win-win!

caramaena said...

lol radioactive jam - that would be funny :)