I couldn't pass up sharing:
- The morning after Halloween the boys came into the kitchen and Peyton asked if he could have one of his Halloween treats. I thought 'Here we go'. But then he said 'Please, please, please can I have my apple from Grandma.' and Jackson jumped in and said 'Me too - Pleeeeese!' I was thrilled and loved that I could say Yes instead of No.
- On the way home from school I asked the boys what their favorite thing was about Halloween, fully expecting a one word answer - CANDY! Instead Jackson said 'playing with my cousins' and Peyton said 'I liked playing with my cousins and my aunties and everybody!' Awwwwww.
- Yesterday evening Peyton earned a candy corn for something he did all by himself (yes, just one:) He took it and came back and said 'Mommy, this one has no white. It's missing its white." It took me a minute to figure it out. His candy corn was orange with a yellow top, but was missing the white tip. He didn't want it and wanted a 'right' candy corn. 'I don't want a silly candy corn' he said like it was defective. Tate and I were trying so hard not to laugh!