Last month Tyler said something funny that I thought was only facebook appropriate.
So I posted on my wall:
6-year-old son just whispered and clearly enunciated the full version of
"WTF" into my ear. He asked if he could tell me what the naughty boy
in his class said today. We then had the conversation that it's okay for him to
tell me the words he hears but that he is way too smart to ever say those words
anywhere else. Oh my!
And then today (October 10) while I was tucking him into bed he said,
"Momma, remember that bad word I told you, the 'What The
F*ck' word?' We'll I know
a new way to say it. It goes 'Wednesday,
Get it? W.ednesday, T.uesday F.riday. W.T.F.
I asked if he heard this at school and he said no, he thinks he made it up. I let it go because it was so late but...
I know he didn't make it up so now I need to find out exactly W.ho are T.yler's F.riends?!!
I will not let this sweet little boy who played with Trucks
I haven't said much about Tyler Lately so I thought I'd go through my recent pictures and focus on my little man with the toothless grin.
Hat Day at school
(they could pay $1 to wear a hat to school)
Cub Scout (overnight) Camp
practicing the oath
Scout Wide game of Kick Ball
Go Tyler Go!
Lauren thinks the whole thing is a bit funny.
Preparing dessert for the campers.
(I wish I had taken more pictures of the Cub Scout camping trip. It was our first time camping as a family and was a lot of fun. The only downside was that two days after we came home I found a TICK on my body. Ewww!! And he'd been there for Two Whole Days! Double Ewww!)
Tyler plays for the Rays and plays Coach pitch now...so no Tee at all.
He's doing alright...about 50/50 when up to bat.
He likes to play right field and apparently he likes to pull on his lip.
Tyler's 1st Grade School Picture
(please "DO NOT COPY" it's
I love my Toothless Tyler and to be honest I'll be a bit sad when his grown-up teeth grow in.