Yesterday, as we drove home from our Cinco de Mayo dinner, I spotted a tough looking motorcyclist sporting a mohawk. I pointed out the burly cyclist to Will because he seems to have a fascination with that particular hair style.
“Awesome!” he cried.
Lori started to inform Will that he will never have one and I quickly hushed the comment. I’m thinking if we put a verbal ban on his adolescent desire for what he sees as a fun Mohawk, the seed of rebellion is then planted in his mind. I can clearly imagine Will crawling into his bedroom window instead of walking through the front door because of his newly unispiked hairstyle. I think Lori saw what I was thinking, so she resumed with a different approach.
Lori: I don't like mohawks.
Will: You don't like them?
Lori: I don't like how they look on people. Do you like how they look or do you want one?
Will: I want one.
Lori: No. Not on my watch.
Will: So you are saying it's not ever gonna happen?
Lori: Yes. That's what I'm saying.
Will: We'll see about that.
Seed of rebellion firmly planted and sprouting.
Sunday, May 01, 2011
Saturday we met our friends Sarah and Terry Price and four of their kids, T, Sam, Rachel and Rebekah at Thanksgiving Point for the Tulip Festival. We hadn't seen them in such a long time, we had a great time catching up and enjoying the beautiful scenery!
the lovely Sarah Sue
purple tulips.. always a highlight!
Will spent a good portion of the day running from
Rachel and Rebekah... he loved it!
Sam, Will and Rachel
Thanks to T, who had quarters, they were
able to buy fish food and feed the Koi
Will has a fascination with water...
one day he will put his face in it :)
Will, Rebekah and Sam
Will's favorite spot at TP is the Secret Garden
where he can play in the fountain.
... a good day!