Monday, February 25, 2013

Spider-Man Has a Heart!

Mica was invited to a birthday party on Saturday night. I was going to take Isaak out on a Mommy and Isaak date. Then the birthday party mom messaged me on Facebook, and said we were more than welcome to come if we wanted.

I left it up to Isaak. He at first wanted to go on a date. Then when he saw that everything was Spider-Man he changed his mind.


They even let Isaak in on the games. Such a nice family!

Isaak got really upset when the birthday boy started getting his gifts. I asked, "Why are you upset Isaak?" It wasn't because Isaak didn't get presents himself. He was upset because he couldn't pass the birthday boy a present.

Isaak won one of the games at the party. Mica was mad that Isaak won. He thought there should be prizes for everyone. I said, "Nope! It doesn't work that way son!" When the boys got home Isaak said, "Mica you can have my prize. I'd much rather have you enjoy it."

On Sunday Isaak was wanting whatever Mica wanted for breakfast. I said, "Isaak if Mica jumped off a bridge, would you do that to?" Isaak said, "Well ya I would! I'd have to go find Mica!"

Isaak is in a Giving stage. Mica's in a Me stage.

6 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

That can be a tough lesson to learn for the kids - when there aren't prizes for everyone, but hey - they have to learn it at some point I suppose.

I usually have issues with my boys birthdays. My oldest is August 3rd and my little man is August 16th, so the little guy gets SO upset when my big guy gets his presents and there's nothing for him. And this year, I got their presents already (don't ask) and it's the same thing (Lego Store gift cards for when we go to Disney in October), so I may end up giving them to them at the same time. Such a dilemma.

mail4rosey said...

Not many who could pass up a Spiderman-themed party. ;)

I love the bridge comment. :)

My Journey With Candida said...

What a sweetheart Issak is. That could be the way it will be forever... Issak being the one to try and make Mica happy. Who knows at this stage of the game.

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

That is so cute that he wanted to be able to give him a gift too.

~ Noelle said...

that is so sweet
you raise loving kids... good job mom

Theresa said...

Awww, Isaak is so sweet!

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