Last night at the dinner table Owen said, "Hey dad, you're in sales right?"
Owen, "Well, to convince someone to do something, you have to "dig deep". That way they will want to do buy what you're selling."
I think Owen's doing a unit on persuasive essays at school and was fascinated by the idea. The two of them went on and on about trying to get people to buy a product. I wasn't surprised.
Ever since Owen was about 2, I've noticed he is the clone of my husband. Which is weird because Owen actually has the same DNA as his brother. I always tell Rob our marriage was solidified the day Owen was born. Anytime I'm with Owen, it's like spending time with Rob. Even if we got a divorce, I would still be stuck with him one way or another. I might as well stick it out an entire lifetime. It's not so bad, both of them make me laugh like no one else. That alone is worth any trouble they cause me. If I'm totally bummed about something, I can count on them to get me to smile. It works like magic.
With Owen, all I have to do is ask him to make me a silly face. It usually takes a few tries, but he always gets a giggle out of me. With Rob, all I have to do is ask him to tell me a story from his childhood. Or better yet, his adult life. Either way, my life is in good shape with those two around.
|Owen's trying to be funny. And it's working.|
|Keep reading to see more pictures of Owen. Plus an explanation for last week's posts . . .|
|Some kids focus on the mouth to make a funny face, Owen knows it's all in the eyes. Genius.|
I shouldn't put this one up, because he's not trying to make a funny face.
His face is just funny without trying sometimes.
|Vampire Eye brows are the key to a successful funny face.|
|He holds this eye roll until he knows I'm done talking the picture.|
|First Day of kindergarden fart face.|
|Ohhh, mom. Ain't I so cute. I bet you're going to put this on your blaaag.|