Aidan Says It Again


Aidan in the leaves.

One of the best things about this blog is having the chance to document the things Aidan (and someday Erin) says.

Take these classics from this weekend, which featured, among other things, time raking (and jumping into) leaves.

It was Saturday, during lunch. We were at the table, and Aidan has been loving the toy catalogs that seem to arrive daily. We were going to my Mom’s on Sunday, so Renee said, “Aidan, we can bring one of these to Mimi’s tomorrow, so you can show her what you want for Christmas.”

He paused as he thought about what Mom just said. Then, with a somewhat excited look and tone, he said, “It’s Christmas tomorrow?”

Loved it.

Number two came when we were actually at my Mom’s Sunday. She asked Renee how Aidan was feeling, since he’d been sick earlier in the week.

“Ear infection, bronchitis, runny nose,” said Renee to my Mom.

“Don’t forget the throw up, Mommy!” he chimed in, wanting his grandmother, and apparently anyone else, to know that he had thrown up a few times this week, too. It was classic.

What else? I got nothin’.

8 Comments on “Aidan Says It Again”

  1. La says:

    I wanted to play in the leaves all weekend. It looks divine!

  2. Aww! “Is Christmas tomorrow?” That’s adorable.

    Also, if we could please never ever mention last night’s football game, that would be great. Thanks, Management.

  3. Anna says:

    So great. And SUCH a cute photo, awesome! That’s my kind of blogging! 🙂

  4. cdp says:

    Too cute. I love keeping record of these things they say. So sweet to go back later and remember those precious moments.

  5. What a great shot! Love it! Kids say the greatest things! I love it!

  6. Michelle says:

    I WISH it was Christmas tomorrow! Wouldn’t that be great?!

    Good story!

  7. Chelle says:

    Super cute! Makes throw up even sound nice.

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