So we have been swimming A LOT this summer. This picture is taken at a local Japanese pool that we love. Their only rule is that kids have to wear swim caps. I don't understand it, but my kids happen to really love the "pirate hats" that they now get to wear. Anyway, on with the story. Joshy is feeling big and brave as he will now stand at the edge of the pool and jump into my waiting arms. Each time I catch him he breathlessly says to me in a most dramatic tone, "Mommy, you safed me my wife!" which translates into "you saved my life." I love it!
Also, at the pool today (this is obviously NOT the pool but just a cute shot of ocean exploring boys) Joshy tripped and fell thus scraping up his foot, knee and ankle a bit. I think this is the first time he has actually seen blood on his body (that is an acomplishment for an almost 3 year old boy). Anyway, he was whimpering and upset at the blood to which Andrew's consoling reply was "don't worry Josh, the platelets will fix it!" At this point Dana bursts out laughing while being very proud of his son that knows more about anatomy than any 8 year old should.