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It Doesn't Take Much

Joash was one of the ring bearers in the wedding this weekend. And his uncle and aunt did a great job picking out a gift for him. He got the loader in the pictured above and a matching dump truck. His face lit up when he pulled them from the bag. The other ring bearer also got a large dump truck that looked similar. A lack of sleep caused Joash to have a major melt down when he thought the other ring bearer was taking his dump truck.

When we got home after the crazy weekend, Joash was a bit out of sorts. I had to convince him that his dump truck and loader needed a bath in order to get him in the tub. And then after the bath, he would not let them go. It is not easy to carry a 20 month old who is clutching a loader and dump truck. This also meant the loader and dump truck joined Joash in his crib for the first part of the night in order for him to fall asleep without a melt down. I took them out later while he was sleeping.

So, it really doesn't take much to make this boy happy. Give him anything with wheels and he is good to go!

Comments

Amanda said…
I love it! While I'm sure it was a little annoying, it's really cute too.
David Vance said…
We can totally relate. Is he ever a cute kid, though!

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