Thursday, July 21, 2011

How To Make A Small Boy Happy

Bring in a big boy for him to play with.

Kathleen's nephew Christopher is a joy. And Owen is completely in love.


  1. Owen's sweet face. His concentration. I am in love.

    Kathleen's nephew seems gentle and sweet, too. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Lovely photos. Owen looks like he's working with such concentration!

  3. Love it! This works with little girls, too. My 5 year old nephew is in town and my daughter is AMAZED! BY! EVERYTHING! HE! DOES! I wish we had access to him all the time. So much easier than a sibling because they go home before the sharing makes anybody's head explode.

  4. My grandson, too, Ms moon, loves to play with other boys - all shapes and sizes. There's something about a boy/man to a small boy that resonates. It's as if they crave/need masculine company.

  5. The two of them look so peaceful and content; your sharing has made me smile. Thank you.

  6. Awwwwwww.....that is so neat. Christopher seems so kind and good.

  7. Angella- He is a doll, that Christopher! Both of those boys are.

    Ms. Bastard-Beloved- It was pouring out in waves today, that cuteness.

    Jo- He totally was.

    Saja- I hear that Christopher is going to be at Aunt Kathleen's ALL summer next year. Joy!

    Elisabeth- They are pack animals!

    Sherla- It is always so nice to hear from you! I am glad you liked this one.

    Syd- He sure is.

  8. Owen looks like he is three! How did he grow up so fast and he is nowhere near three...

  9. Boys kiss other boys. Every boy in my family and my husband's kisses their daddies, their brothers and their friends on the cheek. Kissing is a sign of affection. A greeting. Why do we have to make everything all about sex.


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