Friday, September 6, 2013

Funny things Brady does ... sneaking Star Wars


As I mentioned last week, Brady isn't allowed to talk about Star Wars during lessons at school. But you can see above that he found a way to sneak it in.

This was an exercise on exclamations! First sentence is Super Mario related: "I got a power star!" and the second is: "We destroyed the Death Star!"

Sigh. That little guy.

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  1. Too cute. He really likes his Star Wars, doesn't he. And who can blame him. I know a lot of adults who love star wars. Isn't it nice that through blogging we are more likely to record those cute moments in our children's lives. My daughter just turned 32 and I still remember a lot of the things that she said as a child. You never outgrow enjoying this.

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    1. Oh my, he's just totally captivated by it. It really is a wonderfully epic tale of good vs. evil and the good guys win. And yes, it's nice to record some of those things. Blogging gives you a structure to do it in.

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  2. Oh man I really like this kid. This sounds exactly like something my second son would have done. lol

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    1. LOL, he's a character. I think all our guys would probably get along fine :)

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  3. Sounds like my son. He is obsessed with lego games, legos, and sharks to the point that he can't talk about anything else. We've got to have some restrictions at school or I'd go nutso. I love how your son snuck it in, so clever!

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    1. Yes, I do have to say, "that's enough Star Wars talk for today!" He never understands why adults get bored with stuff. He also draws pictures of Star Wars stuff during drawing projects at school :)

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  4. That is so funny! Clever little guy you have. :)

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  5. Where there's a will there's a way!

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  6. Very cute! My son is the same way- only he sneaks in Minecraft. :)

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    1. LOL, how cute! It's neat when something captures their imagination.

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  7. What do they say? "When there's a will..." He is adorable and I'm thrilled to see him bringing his passion to school!

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    1. Truly! Kids can be so determined! Yes, it is great for a kid to find a passion that goes beyond the screen and helps them be creative. Sometimes they just need that motivation.

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  8. This cracks me up. It reminds me of my 39 year old boyfriend. If you tell him he shouldn't do something, he'll find a way to sneak it in somewhere.

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  9. Adorable! At least you know he's a smart guy:)

    Raj
    Pink Chai Style

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