Monday, March 2, 2009

pickin'up the ladies.


We went out for dinner tonight. Toward the end of our meal Brighton said: "oh, look two pretty girls" Jared and I looked at each other a little shocked and confused. We started looking around the restaurant for who he could be talking about. We saw two older women, maybe I thought. Then Brighton said pointing, "the two pretty girls ober dere (translation: over there). The girl in red dress." Sure enough there were two little girls sitting a few tables away. One of them was wearing a red dress. Jared asked him if he wanted to say hi in a joking voice. Brighton quickly got down from his seat and ran over to the two girls and appearently turned on the charm because he had them both smiling and laughing. Jared had to go get him. Meanwhile I almost wet myself from laughing so hard. Once he was back at our table I asked Brighton what he said to the girls, he said in a cool voice, "Oh, I just said hi". He's two! Where do they learn this stuff? Luckily Jared had his camera phone and was able to capture the true essence of the moment. I couldn't help but notice a look of pride on Jared's face.

12 comments:

Carrie said...

Jake has always been a ladies man too-I can totally relate! How priceless is that picture!

Heather said...

This cracked me up, thanks for sharing, it made my day. What a suave debonair boy you are raising. I love it.

Josh and Amy said...

Oh my gosh, that is too funny. Look out girls, here comes Brighton!

Kathleen said...

Go Brighton! Smooth as butta ;)

Melissa said...

That is hilarious!!! It sounds like you are in for trouble. :)

Bonnie said...

BOYS. they are a hoot. Our oldest is almost 14 and can't wait for those ward teen dances. your baby girl is so cute.

moaspen said...

It is something they are born with. Moab saw a cheerleader on the tv at some sporting event. He said, "Mom she isn't modest but she sure looks pretty." I was shocked, Aaron was proud......
I love the picture of him leaning back with his arms behind his head!

Ivey Handcrafted said...

seriously...one of the best things I have heard in a long time. I love kids for this stuff!!

Auntie Julie said...

Oh, gosh...how sad is it for me to admit that my two-year-old nephew has more game that I do!!!!!

tjayandjulie said...

Oh, you are in trouble starting so young!

Auntie Nessa said...

Thatta boy

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