He goes, "I was watching that Mel Gibson movie, 'The Patriot' the other night. Remember how his little girl wouldn't talk, but when he started to ride away on his horse she started yelling, 'Papa! Papa, come back! I'll say anything you want me to say!'?" Of course I remember that part! He said, "I won't lie, that got me all choked up."
He said not to blog this. His exact words involved something about murder and boycotting my blog. He never reads it anyways, so I'm okay with that. :)
He said it was the first time since he's been there that he's thought about another baby. Really? I assured him that was just the emotion of missing his kids. He'll spend a day, maybe two, with them and it will pass. After a week or so, he may even be asking about a refund for the ones we have.
He signed his last email to me: Papa
I've been chuckling about that conversation all day. This time next year, if there happens to be another Amp baby around, you'll all know whose fault it is.
Moving right along, the one baby that we currently have is getting quite expressive. He is chattin' it up and bustin' his brothers chops on a regular basis. His favorite toy is now my mouse. We have a trackball dealy and he comes up and pulls my hand away so he can play with the ball part. He gets so frustrated with me when I put my hand back. It's cute and aggravating and restarting the computer several times a day b/c he's locked it up get's old real quick. But, I may actually get a kid that stands up for himself yet!
Yesterday at breakfast, Mr. Simon told me he had a good dream the night before. He said he was hugging Sean on his bed and he was crying and I took a picture. "Why were you crying?" I asked. "Because I was so excited to see him."
We're gonna be a hot mess at the airpoRT.
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