Last year Hubby Tony and I were there to help celebrate. Son Brian and DIL Nicole have a small house, with room for only one set of guests at a time, so this year the 'other' grandma (Nicole's mom) got that privilege. However, over the weekend Tony and I got to FaceTime with Jay as he opened the package we sent him.
I had a great time at the store picking out two books I thought Jay would enjoy. One had artistic, attention-getting colorful illustrations. The other featured trucks...dump trucks, bulldozers, excavators, cement mixers, cranes, and haulers. I figured I knew which one would his favorite, and I was right.
(During our our last visit we found out that Jay was truck crazy. His favorite sticker books featured the big vehicles. In the car pointed out every one we passed on the road. At home, he would run to the window every time he heard the trash truck go by.)As we wrapped up the call I heard Jay flipping through the pages of the book, excitedly pointing out the trucks on every page. I suspect that if he has his way that book will be in regular rotation at his house for quite some time.
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Is it 2 years already? Happy Birthday Jay!ReplyDelete
I know! I can't believe it either.Delete
I remember little boys and trucks!ReplyDelete
I guess the two are a perfect pairing.Delete
Jay thanks you :-)Delete
Grandchildren are the best receivers of gifts! They love opening the gift and enjoying the gift. I need to take a lesson or two from them.ReplyDelete
MOST people could take a lesson from little children.Delete
A truck kid. Well, gifts should not be too hard hereafter, until he dumps the trucks for something else.ReplyDelete
My thoughts exactly.Delete