Wednesday, October 30, 2013

This Picture Captures Them the Best

I was going to toss the photo away. Then I said to myself, This captures them best. They move around like crazy.

Mica always has some Lego construction that he wants to show me. He flies them in the air, and makes sound effects the whole time.

Isaak bounces much like Tigger from Winnie the Pooh. He cleans his room, then 15 minutes later his room is a mess again. The boy is always, "Making" something.

Even when they do something that usually is pretty still, they move all over. Here they are reading a book.

Isaak leaned over, hugged Mica and said, "Thank you for reading to me. I love you." A rare action. Isaak does love Mica. Mica just doesn't give Isaak too much attention. Mica's always wanted his own space. When Mica reads Isaak a book before bed it means the world to Isaak.

No photo can capture that! They move around too much.

I got one photo of them not moving too much, but I like the one above because those sons of mine never stop moving. That's who they are.


Masshole Mommy said...

Hahahaha - I have the SAME issue with my boys. I end up deleting so many pictures of them because one of them (usually the little one) always ends up being a blur.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I was super hyper at that age. I'm surprised my mother was even able to get any pictures of me at all!

mail4rosey said...

I love that he reads to his little brother!!

Harry Flashman said...

That looks like one of those time frame pictures people used to take with regular cameras.

A quick question, was it you I was talking to about the Wind and the Willows?

Theresa Mahoney said...

Mine too! I swear, I toss more of these pictures than I take. Allison is constantly on the go. Sometimes I have to tell her to sit down and focus on what she is telling me because she wants to move, move, move!

~ Noelle said...

those boys of yours....
so sweet... i love that he reads to him :)

Eat To Live said...

I delete more pictures than I keep, thats for sure.


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