Our house is filled with reminders that we are abundantly blessed. Boys Live Here is a compilation of some of the writings and photos (pardon the quality of the pictures) I have kept years ago. This momi decided to share these to constantly remind her that she lives in a small house with five beautiful boys.
Boys live here on Wonderwoman
What are you doing there beside my sauce canister, Wonderwoman?
No doubt, it must have been one of the boys. And who among the three? That I have to ask around.
Boys live here on basketball and swing
April 10, 2012
It was Sunday. Husband promised we will watch Lorax. I was about to close our front door when some things caught my attention.
I said to myself. “Boys live here.”
And from the inside, more clues led you to think that indeed, little lads own the place.
Puzzle and game boards by the center table. Drawers and drawers of toys from Transformers to Nerf set… McDonald’s collectible toys… GI Joe… Hot Wheels… dinosaurs… and more balls. Storytelling books and children’s books with large prints and colorful pictures are everywhere. Cups, funny spoon, and colorful lunch boxes only tots would love to collect. Plus cookie jar, cereal jars, cake and gelatin ingredients.
Spongebob or anything in blue pillow cases and bed sheets. Camping tent. Angry birds removable decals and glow in the dark stickers – all these and more at the boys’ headquarters.
I smiled. These are signs of the blessings we call OUR BOYS.
Thank you, God, for such wonderful blessings.
Boys live here on more toys
August 23, 2012
Anywhere I go, I see toys. I do not know if the boys left them intentionally or not but these cute sights would really put a smile on my face.
And a sight like this every morning — really makes my day so COMPLETE!
Boys live here on Scrats
November 6, 2012
It was Sunday and I needed to defrost the refrigerator. Though our refrigerator had an auto-defrost system that melts frost automatically, I still preferred to do it the old fashioned way.
I was about to empty the freezer compartment but something caught me off guard. I saw something “sleeping” on a bed of ice.
I looked closer.
And examined it real close-
It was Scrat from Ice Age, the acorn-obsessed saber-tooth squirrel the boys got as a freebie from the Koko Crunch we bought last week.
Indeed, the kids totally invade the house! Their presence is everywhere. And I love every moment of it.
Thank you, God, for such wonderful blessings that fill our home everyday with lots of laughter, smile, and beautiful memories.