so cute, Owen joined in on the fun
Speaking of Jost.
okay so just the other day Jost and Owen were over playing and while they were here we played the game "Bingo". The boys would each take a card out of the bag and read what was on it and see if if matched up with their cards.. anyways Jost pulled out a Cat.. and i said "what do you got"? and Jost said a "Titty". I said what?? and he said a "Titty" (meaning Kitty). Once i realized what he meant i said "oh ya", laughing to myself. Then Elias piped up, "what's a Titty"? I said "he means Kitty". Then Elias says "No, that is a Cat Jost, not a Titty". Then they proceeded to argue back and forth, Jost saying, "No its a "Titty" and Elias saying "No, its a Cat".. i was laughing so hard. It was so darn cute.. that i didnt want to stop them from arguing because hearing Jost say "Titty" was about the funniest and cutest thing i have heard in a long time.
Besides the occasional arguing over toys and stuff, Elias has really grown to love his little friend Jost. I love how excited they get when they see each other and how they both can't run fast enough to give each other the biggest bear hugs. There's nothing like having a little buddy to yell with as loud as possible and to wrestle with as hard as they can. Boys will be boys and these two are defiently boys. I will miss that and we will be very very sad to say goodbye.
Another one of his best little friends is Greta. These two have literally grown up playing together at least a few times a week since they were babies. Here are some pictures from a little trip to the Zoo. Which just might be our last, since we are moving soon and ever since Winter decided to bring its ugly face back..
i love this pic of them
Ozzie and Nixon
nothing better than puddlesAlso just yesterday i asked Elias if he wanted to see Kwynne and Molly for lunch and he said "No, Greta. Greta is better," Molly doesn't play."
Sorry Molly guess your not quite big enough yet to compete with Greta. He sure loves Greta and it will be fun that we will live close so they can still play together.