My son, Mason, is a boy's boy. He's athletic, a whiz at XBox, and a tender soul who has his feelings hurt easily. He's also the family comedian who keeps me laughing all day long. His "Masonism's" as we call them are regularly posted to my Facebook for all to enjoy. In fact, tonight, he asked me if he could try and trick the Tooth Fairy with a huge shark tooth we got at the beach last week.
My youngest, Sara Rose, is my tomboy with a bit of girlie mixed in. She's loving and tough. She can football tackle her brother. She looks exactly like her Daddy. In the South, we say, "She looks like her Daddy chewed her up and spit her out". (A way of saying she's the spitting image of him). She's at that cute stage where the world is her audience. I caught this video today of her putting on a show for me. She loves to sing and dance. And, given the fact that she's two and was wearing her sister's shoes, she fell. Google Glass caught it all.
No worries - she was fine. No tears were shed and this type thing happens on a daily basis around here since the child has absolutely no fear. I have no clue what she was singing. Again, another cute moment captured through Google Glass. In fact, she has watched the video over and over tonight and has laughed until she had tears in her eyes.