Saturday, 14 May 2011

Praised

DS likes to look at my scrapbook albums.  I like him to look at my scrapbook albums, but under supervision.  This morning, still before 8am, I found him in my office, at my desk, looking through my Yesterday & Today album.  And that's no light weight album to heave off the bookcase, I can assure you.
And what did he say to me?
"This is my favourite book."
Cue lump in my throat and tear in my eye.

14 comments:

Amy said...

What a smart little boy, he knows a good thing when he sees it!

I love how he has placed his little hands and is so engrossed in the album - very precious indeed :-)

Rachel Holaday said...

That is SO adorable. I hope my little boys learn to love my albums so much!

ComfyMom~Stacey said...

That is so sweet! My sons love looking at my 365 books.

Sian said...

Aw, how lovely! And again you have captured the moment perfectly

Lynn said...

Such a sweet photo - he looks so engrossed. My youngest likes looking at my albums too.

Kirsty.a said...

So cute. Isn't that exactly why we do it? M loves my pages and is my most honest critic

Alison said...

Great photo....I would have had a lump in my throat too!
Alison xx

Sandie said...

That is so nice, Ruth. Are the pages part of a kit or can you buy them seperately?

Rachel B said...

What a great moment to capture! :)

♥♥ Liz ♥♥ said...

He looks like he's really taking it all in. Your hard work is definitely paying off. xxx

Rhona said...

I love that! I'm sure he will always enjoy looking at it too :) I love the way he's peering at it so intently - too cute! xx

debs14 said...

Oh how lovely! That photo is just so perfect too, he is totally engrossed in the photos.

Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

Oh, this is so sweet, Ruth. I love when the kids in my life pull albums off a shelf and enjoy them. I usually try to have a few sitting out within arms reach when we have family get-togethers.

This is such a cute photo of your DS too. xo

Beverly said...

This is what I call a "forever picture", one that will tug on your heart 30 years from now as much as it does today. And his statement sums up why we do this :)