A Proclamation of Love, A Declaration of Intent

My ever entertaining 3 year old G2 is telling all who will listen he is going to marry Mommy.  To prepare for said nuptuals he is brushing his teeth at least three times a day, more if he could get away with it.  Today he asked for his shaving kit, a child’s Christmas toy he received complete with cream, razor, mirror and brush and proceeded to spruce himself up.  The same goes for hair combing.

He adores his Mom, her blue eyes, long blonde hair..she is perfect.  Previous to this his affections were reserved for Ariel the Mermaid and then Rapunsel all of whom have long hair.

He first mentioned his intent yesterday and I replied that it was a wonderful idea.  This morning he mentioned it again, watching me closely for my reaction.  Again I told him that was wonderful.  Then he said, “I told my Daddy and Daddy said ‘no’ that Mommy is his.  But I am going to marry her.”  He is pleased that Daddy seems on board with the idea now.

In addition it has become a training tool in matters so far unsuccessful.  He has developed an attachment to his soother lately.  Today Daddy told him to put it away and when he firmly replied, “No”, Daddy said he didn’t think Mommy would want to marry anyone with a soother.

“Fine,” he said and promptly deposited it in the kitchen.  Now if we can just use this to ensure number 2 is properly looked after.

I remember both my sons at the same age deciding they were going to marry Mommy.  Then at about 8 they felt it necessary to assure me that,”Mommy, I will live with you forever.”  And that is exactly where G1 is at that exact age.

Ah the purity and sincerity of youth.  I love it!

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12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Crowing Crone Joss
    Jan 21, 2012 @ 11:27:39

    too precious.

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  2. The Good Greatsby
    Jan 19, 2012 @ 22:12:44

    If his dad is still using that as motivation when he’s eighteen, “Mommy wouldn’t want to marry anyone who didn’t go to an Ivy league college,” that’s when you should begin to worry.

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  3. barb19
    Jan 19, 2012 @ 16:39:12

    Chris, thank you for sharing that delightful story with us – it made me smile!

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  4. Kathryn McCullough
    Jan 19, 2012 @ 12:48:02

    Oh, Chris, how dear! Kids are too sweet for words! Love it, my friend!
    Hugs,
    Kathy

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  5. judithhb
    Jan 18, 2012 @ 22:04:28

    How lovely – I don’t recall that my son was ever going to marry me. And dang – he’s too old to do so now.:)

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  6. Chatter Master
    Jan 18, 2012 @ 17:58:27

    Oh how incredibly adorable. I hope Mommy has a nice dress for the occasion!

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