Tuesday, November 22, 2011


Isaac loves puzzles. As in completely obsessed with them. Currently he is completing 60 piece puzzles by his lonesome, although he loves to have company. The boy is just very logical and sometimes that scares the crap out of Tony and I.

Last night while helping Isaac with his challenging 100 piece puzzle, Tony told Isaac that he couldn't do something. Isaac of course wouldn't listen, so pressed Tony why he couldn't do it. Tony responded "Someday you'll be the parent and you'll understand." In the same tone of voice, summoning all the wisdom of his 2 1/2 years Isaac said to Tony "Someday you'll be the child Daddy and you'll understand." Tony and I both died with laughter. Who is this kid?

His follow up act was when I told him he couldn't do something at Target and he asked me "Why?" I told him, "Because." And just to prove he's has been listening he told me "Because isn't an answer Mama."


And on that note, we're researching preschool's for 1/2 day, twice a week programs for next fall.




Meredith said...

What a smart little guy! Love it!

I'm kinda irritated that our church-school won't let Lizzy start preschool January next year when she turns 3, even though it would mean she'd go twice. She'll have to wait until she's almost 4, and it will KILL her. She already asks to go to school almost every day. I now tell her that the toddlers in the library program is "school", lol ;)

Anonymous said...

Hilarious!! Love it.

Anonymous said...

that's awesome!! lol ...I laughed outloud..sitting at my desk. lol

Julia Goolia said...

he is so smart and hilarious! Love him.

Linnea said...

He sounds so smart! It might be worth seeing if he also has some musical ability - maybe try a family music class like "Kindermusik" or "Music Together."

DianeTaylor said...

hahaha - out of the mouths of babes. I love it!!!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Leah - and a big thank you for making this blog one of my favorite places to visit. It's an honor to share the highs and lows in your life - what an amazing world we live in, right?



Julie S. said...

This post is a reminder of how close these days are approaching with Brayden!

You guys have a smart little guy!

Karen said...

Love his well thought out comments. Reminds me our son Caleb.

Jill said...

Very cute! Target has some $1.00 puzzels in their dollar spot. Could be fun for him too! Small and just quick ones to totally dominate! :)


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