Tuesday, December 21, 2010

All Evan Wants For Christmas is His Two Front Teeth, and a Chocolate Fountain

This past Thanksgiving Evan walked around wiggling his loose tooth before the big dinner. We all were pretty bothered and some of us maybe were screaming, covering our eyes and ears and mouth (Strange gross out habits). My Dad, Evans Grandpa or Boompie as the kids call him was asked by Evan to yank it out for the tooth fairy. We all sat in agony as they went up to the bathroom. In the end Evan had two teeth pulled, horrifying I know. Then he chowed down on a Thanksgiving dinner, well who are we kidding it was mostly the Turtle Pie I brought.

Just this past Sunday I asked Evan a huge question.

Aunt Jayne: Evan, would you rather have Santa bring you a Chocolate Fountain or all the toys you asked for?
(Hugest grin in the world forms on Evans face and his eyes grow large)
Evan: CHOCOLATE FOUNTAIN! (while nodding excitedly)

The boy sure does love his sweets! Maybe that's why he's such a sweetie.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Evan on The 4th of July

Evan loves the 4th, he was especially excited for the Huntington Woods fireworks. It was a sweltering holiday in the 90's long to the night. Evan and I held each others sweaty hands out on 11 mile as the fireworks went off. It was a lovely time!

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Sears Portait Studios

Evan was a little chubby old man, very jolly and fat. I went with Desirie to get his picture taken and this one is hysterical. He looks like a couch potato, he should be watching football eating peanuts or something.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Two Girlfriends for the little Ladies Man

Desirie called me on my cell to tell me this story:

Evan: Hey Mama, when I grow up maybe I can have a girlfriend like Kyle...
Desirie: Yeah maybe one day
Evan :... Maybe I can have two girlfriends...yeah... (starts staring off and thinking about it intensely)
(Desirie explained that the previous day Kyles girlfriend came to the house with a friend, and Evan assumed they were just both his girlfriends).

So I immediately asked to speak to Evan

Evan: Hi Aunt Jayne! I have a pretzel in my hand and mama has a cookie
Jayne: What's this I hear about you wanting 2 girlfriends!??
Evan: (started talking so fast I could hardly understand) but I pulled out 2 separate things, "Yeah I want girlfriends" and "I want to kiss them badly"
Jayne: Oh I think one is enough, Kyle just has one girlfriend, the other girl was her friend
Evan: Nooo! He has more!!!
Jayne: Alright, I'll see you this Sunday for my birthday
Evan: Is there going to be CAKE!?
Jayne: Yes and Ice cream
Evan: Alright Jayne I love you! Bye!
Jayne: Love you too! Bye!

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Magic Belt

That belt is a vintage belt that Desirie found at a Value World. Evan used it for his Papa Smurf costume this past Halloween. He referred to it as his "Magic Belt".

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

The Church Song

On my 22nd Birthday, Evan took a liking to our family piano. Unlike most children who will bang and slam on the keys in a frenzy, Evan gently touched the keys and kept a steady rhythm, it was simply adorable! He played us light tunes and melodies before we ate dinner. When Corey made a remark about one song sounding like a "Church Song", Evan made sure to remember it! Right after cake and ice cream, he sat back down at the piano and stated "Does anyone want to hear the church song?", he is such an artist!

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

mormor cookies...

When Evan was about 2 years old, right around Christmas time, he went to the fridge and said, "More more." I didn't know what he wanted more of so I opened the fridge and pointed to various things. He got very frustrated after rejecting everything in the fridge and I noticed him pointing upward. I felt terrible that I couldn't figure out what he wanted. He kept saying "More more" and then something that began with a "c" or a "k" that I couldn't understand. Finally, after several minutes and Evan losing his patience with me, I saw a tin of gingersnaps, way back on top of the fridge and realized he had been saying, "MorMor Cookies"--gingersnaps my Aunt Lydia had brought over.