Monday, November 1, 2010

Sweetness in there Somewhere


He may be closer to his eleventh birthday than his tenth, and he may be closer to the attitude of a sixteen year old than to that of a ten year old, BUT put this boy in the presence of  beautiful symphonic and choral music, and he's all love.  His lucky, lucky dad got to sit next to him for the concert.

15 comments:

Busy Bee Suz said...

Oh, that is just so sweet!!!!!!

Decadent Housewife said...

Enjoy it while you can, apparently it doesn't happen again until they're thirty-five.

The Incredible Woody said...

Aww, love that kid!!

Betty said...

He looks so young. I´m sure you are very proud of him!

Mental P Mama said...

Awwwwwww. Love this!

Lora said...

that makes MY heart happy :)

Aging Mommy said...

He looks so very sweet you would think butter would not melt in his mouth :-) What a lovely night to share.

ladyfi said...

Awww... how lovely!

Deep in the Heart of Happy said...

Made me tear up...I was the same way with my father at anything like that.

So special to be able to share that appreciation and love with a parent!

Cranberry Morning said...

What a sweet moment, and a photo you'll cherish!

claudia said...

That is just plain sweet. (Please don't tell him I said that, I think boys don't like sweet.) He absolutely has the greatest smile!

imbeingheldhostage said...

I got a lump in my throat. I'm so impressed that you managed to capture the moment in a photo!

Julie said...

This picture made me teary eyed. I love it. You are truly lucky.
Sorry about bullying too. I hope he learns how to deal with it, it's so hard. My son was not into any of those sports but was a boy scout/eagle scout/is an Venture Scout and I think all of these things taught him a lot of what he needs in adult life plus the little lessons along the way.
I need to read some more and recomment on the first on, I started it and lost it so will do it over.
Take care. GOD BLESS!!

Mrs4444 said...

Awesome.

Big Hair Envy said...

This gets my "Post of the Year" award. Thank you for sharing!