Thursday, October 6, 2011

Hot date.


I went to Starbucks with a cute boy yesterday.

He melted my heart with his excellent hand-holding skills, his wide grin... and his shoes that light up when he walks.


 

He's a cheap date, too. His only requests were a chocolate chip cookie, apple juice, and that we sit at a "really tall table" and take a picture so he could show Daddy how he climbed in it all by himself (he really did, too!).



 (Salted caramel mocha for this cousin!!! Heart fall.)
 

We brought Mama back some coffee and she was happy too.

"Hey Wyatt, want to know something?"
"Yeah!"
"I love you very much."
"I already knew that!!"

Such a blessing to be near my sweet family.

2 comments:

thehindenburg said...

Love this!

jodi brown said...

My son is the lucky one to be on such an awesome date with such an awesome girl/cousin/lover!!!

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