To lend a helping hand

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Ethan is a very observant little boy and as such, he has been observing what Pete and I do when we get home from work each day.  One of the things we do when we reach home is keep some our things in the drawer.  For example, I would remove my watch and place it in my drawer.  Lately, Ethan has been trying to be as helpful as he can by helping us perform these tasks through role playing.  As soon as I open the door to my room, he would walk to the drawer and wait there.  Then when I remove my watch, he would open the drawer, take my watch from me, place it in the drawer and close the drawer.  Of course, he slams the drawer really loudly though.  But he does get a kick out of hearing us praise him when he does that.  “Good boy!” does it all the time! :D


November 2007
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Hehehe… next time you can teach Ethan to put away the groceries for you…

Joyce says: Soon..I hope!

Ethan so super cute! :D !!!!! So smiley!! :D Awww.. I’m such a sucker for babies! As long as they laugh or smile, no matter how bad my day was, I’ll laugh/smile too!!

Joyce says: You’ll get your share of babies in due course… haha… :)

How sweet! Next thing you know your boy will want his own watch to put away in his own drawer. :)

Joyce says: Come to think of it, I do have a kiddie watch, maybe I can give that to him. Thanks for visiting!

oh yah,kids just so observant … once there watch one time or few time, they will follow out step already .. so fast and so clever…
btw, i always like the way Ethan smile … so cheeky yet cute … i can imagine if with his hehekekekek sound !!!

Joyce says: Yeah, I have learnt to never underestimate their ability to be observant. When you hear Ethan laugh, you will tend to laugh too! :D