Four cute years

His first minute four years ago ... and yesterday morning on our bed celebration.

His first minute four years ago ... and yesterday morning on our bed celebration.

Yep – yesterday my big boy turned 4 (we had a little morning- in bed – family┬áceremony). I really can’t believehow quick the time flew. Oh my gosh it seems so close when I first held him … And I can recall so clearly his first crawls and steps and words. And look at him now!!!

He is turning to a wise and curious little men who surprises everyone with his wisdom and deliberations. He likes to help his daddy with a technical stuff and he likes to help his grandmas and me with cooking. He is totally into buses, trains and cable cars. He likes to watch Fireman Sam and he would observe trains for hours if we the parents would have a patient to do the same …

Just love this photo and how ordinary things may become obsticles when you crawl :).

Just love this photo and how ordinary things may become obsticles when you crawl :).

Eventhough time ran away, we walked a long way together and he was really my child care teacher. He will allways be my first one. And with the first one is always so that falls are deaper and more painful and the triumphs are sweeter. We learned so much from each other.

I am writing down his thoughts and conversations since he could talk, so I choose to share some of them … Here they are ­čÖé ….

After his first Zoo visit. Me: “Tim, what did you like the most at zoo?” Tim: “Big bull, little monkeys and daddy!”

Tim is doing something in forbidden in his room. Uro┼í says: “Tiiim do I┬áreally see what I see?” Tim: “No, daddy, you need glasses!”

Tim: “Daddy why did grandma and grandpa went to Egipt” Daddy: “They wanted to relax and rest a little bit.” Tim: “Why didn’t they just seat on the couch then?”

By the lake. Uro┼í swims far from the┬ácoast. Tim stands on the coast and sreams: “Daaaady come back NOW!!!” I tell him his father knows to swim and I am totally melted by his care for his parents. I ask him: “So I am not allow to swim so far either'” Tim lookes at me like I am crazy and says: “No, you can go, just┬ábring my daddy baaaack!”

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7 Comments

  1. jacqueline August 31, 2011 at 12:10 #

    Dearest sweet Petra, tim is soo adorable and HAPPY BIRTHDAY tim! He is indeed growing up to become a fine young man. ­čÖé Thanks so much for making my day..i love these gorgeous and beautiful photo of tim and his conversation with his papa! Have a lovely merry happy mid-week and a wonderful celebration! Love to you and yours!

  2. Dana Barbieri August 31, 2011 at 14:04 #

    Awhhh. Happy 4th Birthday to your little boy! My little girl just turned 4 on 8/7. They really are no longer babies. ­čÖé Bittersweet for sure.
    xo

  3. Paula Joerling August 31, 2011 at 15:33 #

    Happy Birthday to your sweet little man. I love the beautiful photos and Tim’s words.
    xoxop

  4. Rebecca August 31, 2011 at 15:50 #

    Happy birthday little man! The time does go by fast- I watch my boys’ bodies stretch daily and am just in awe. Love the crawling photo!

  5. Petra August 31, 2011 at 21:34 #

    Thanks ladies! I will sure tell him that kind ladies all over the world said happy B!! I’m sure his response will be WHY? ­čÖé
    They are really something, ha? We are in WHY faze, so my every single sentence is accompanied with WHY? ­čÖé

  6. diana September 1, 2011 at 16:27 #

    So sweet is this post. I love all of your son’s sweet conversations. Thanks for sharing a little glimpse of your life and child. So precious.

  7. Katja Zagorc September 1, 2011 at 18:40 #

    Super brihten in zabaven tale vaš veliki fant!
    ┼áe enkrat mu ┼żelimo vse najbolj┼íe in najlep┼íe, pa ┼íe veliko takih domislic za zapisat ­čÖé
    U┼żivajte skupaj!

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