Monday, October 11, 2010

Hummer loves being in our family. . . I think.

As we pulled away from the house the other day in our swagger wagon, Hummer commented from the back:

"I need my family to survive."

< pause >

"That's why I don't run away."


heroineworshipper said...[Reply to comment]

Relationships are fundamentally about having stuff other people need.

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Vauna said...[Reply to comment]

It wasn't until I was late into my 20s that I realized how unusual and amazing my family was/is.
It's easy to take for granted what we always have...stability, love, feelings of worth, etc. Only later in life do we realize how many people grow up without that.

Cindy said...[Reply to comment]

Well, at least you know he's staying put! Lol. Love the swagger wagon video!

heroineworshipper said...[Reply to comment]

Know those swagger wagons well. Spend a great deal of our life sitting behind them, waiting.

Martie said...[Reply to comment]

That's hilarious! I have a friend whose little girl just told her that she wants to grow up to be a mommy... so she can wear big flip flops. I love children!!

Annalisa said...[Reply to comment]

how sweet. i love when boys say 'i love you' in the most unusual ways.