Tuesday, September 17, 2013

WW: Gas {Linky}

I asked Isaak if he wanted to help me put gas in the car? He jumped on that. He was super excited to put gas in the car.

I let him "help" me put gas in the car. I did it all. So no safety worries. He just put his little hands there to pose. He did swipe my card, and he got to push buttons to process my card with my help. 

It's the little things that matter so much! He was excited to help.







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27 comments:

Renae of Simple Sequins said...

Oh your baby and mine this week, lol. Great to see you here and have a great WW!!!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

You now have a gas pumper. I would totally take advantage of that and make him do it all the time now lol j/k

stevebethere said...

He would make a good little model heheh!

Have a tanfastic rest of week ;-)

Tammi @ My Organized Chaos said...

Oh your bold wording is hilarious!! I love his little jumpsuit, how appropriate for the job!! :)

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Ha I love his outfit!

Ai Sakura said...

that's so true! Lil Pumpkin gets so excited "helping" us with chores too.. wait until it because part of her duties! haha

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Robin Sharpe said...

It's nice when they are interested and excited in learning about handy, every day things he will do when he is older.

Karren Haller said...

He is very helpful no matter what, and very cute!!

Thanks for stopping by today!!

Oh My Heartsie Girl
Karren

Stephanie said...

What a great idea to teach him to do this!

Joyce Lansky said...

Never too young to teach him this valuable survival skill.

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What I Did Today said...

That is soooo true! It IS the little things. And just being willing to take a tad bit more time. Such adorable pictures!

Deborah Coombs said...

I love that outfit! Coveralls are adorable on little boys :)

Veronica Lee said...

He looks adorable in that outfit. I think it's great that he was interested in learning stuff he would need to do when he's older.

Jennifer Quirky Momma said...

I love that he is so happy about helping with the gas. Pumping gas is not something we do in Oregon, it's illegal to touch the gas pumps. Bummer.

Amy said...

he is too cute..nice pictures!

Lauren Wayne said...

What a cutie! He's got the right outfit for the job. My son would love to help me pump gas; I've been avoiding it so far, though he does love to wash the windows.

Masshole Mommy said...

Admit it, you couldn't have done it without his help ;)

mail4rosey said...

I have a child the same age, and I've let him help a couple of times too. You're right, they're totally delighted to be out there. :)

Dee said...

My kids LOVE getting out and helping us pump the gas! Little memories...

Mrsteeh said...

Too Cute! Is it bad we only showed my oldest how to pump gas at like 15? LMBO Great Job!

Jennifer @ Mom Spotted said...

His outfit was perfect for this! He looks so proud! Love it!

Theresa said...

He is even dressed for the job! How stinkin cute is that!? Love the pics!

Kristin Aquariann said...

Cute! It took me a year or two to pump my own gas AFTER I got my license. I always went to the one station around that pumped it for me. ;D

♥ aquariann
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Teresa Kindred said...

What a cute gas station attendant! I'm so old I remember when every gas station had someone pump gas for you! Blessings to you! Teresa from NanaHood.com

~ Noelle said...

i think the photos are made even more awesome by his outfit :)

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

Hahahahha... wasn't sure what kind of gas you were talking about until I read the post. I still don't pump my own gas. My Hubs does it for me.

Terra H. said...

He looks like a happy fella, helping out. My 14 yoa son is great at pumping gas, so I rarely have to do it myself.

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