The other day Charles, Sean and I were driving home and Sean kept saying something that I couldn’t quite understand. He was holding something but I couldn’t really see since I was driving. Turns out he was ‘reading’ a Winnie the Pooh book that we’d grabbed on the way out. The reason I couldn’t figure out what he was saying was because it seemed like nonsense even when I could finally hear him clearly. He was repeating “Window Pooh”
“Window Pooh… window Pooh…”
as he flipped through the pages – basically each time he saw good ol’ Poohbear in a picture! I thought it was super cute.
Today, Sean and I read the first story in our collection book of Pooh stories and he sat and listened pretty well to the whole thing. (I skipped a little bit of the narration between the author and Christopher Robin since that seemed confusing for him.) I had tried to read Sean these stories before but he basically had no patience for it so we put it on hold for awhile. I was kinda amazed at how his attention span has grown in just a few months!
He also LOVES when Charles (or I) sing him the Winnie the Pooh song from both of our childhood days…
(For a link to a youtube video to the song I mean click here! Music starts about 4 seconds in.) Ah, good memories.
…And doesn’t C.R. look a tiny bit like Seany-boy? =)