Sunday Post : BLACK and WHITE

BLACK and WHITE

My son –  age 3

A Two Year Old

Submitted by: Melisa Waldorf
Author: unknown
A two year old is so many things.
A tiny discoverer of butterfly wings.
A hugger of teddies, a sweet sleepy head.
And someone to dream for in bright years ahead.
A special new person who right from the start,
has a place in the family and a coarse in your heart.
And just when you think you’ve learned all the things,
that your dear son is,and the joy that he brings,
a hug or a grin comes with such a sweet surprise,
that love finds you smiling with tears in your eyes. http://www.scrapbook.com/poems/doc/17805/9.html
Here you can see he is starting to grow into a boy, not baby anymore.

That’s what little boys are made of (revised)

Submitted by: jdtyjsfgbzdfbfgjh
Author: Revised By Trina Nemecek
Snakes and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails,
That’s what boys are made of.
With dirt on his nose,
and scrapes on his knees,
the throwing or rocks,
and the climbing of trees,
with pockets of frogs,
and jars full of bugs
makes a sweet little boy
full of kisses and hugs!

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11 comments on “Sunday Post : BLACK and WHITE

  1. Your son reminded me of my son when he was at the age. magical years full of adventures. Beautiful poetry filled with a pure giving mothers love. “And just when you think you’ve learned all the things,
    that your dear son is,and the joy that he brings,
    a hug or a grin comes with such a sweet surprise,
    that love finds you smiling with tears in your eyes” So true.

    • You know, when they took the photo, the photographer kept on saying “smile” All the kiddies gave this smile to him because that was how he showed them how to do it.

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