Just because I think he’ll have to be a wrangler to handle those wild animals that this little guy has been adopted into, I got him a pair of baby cowboy boots and a bandanna bib. He was only 5 pounds and some ounces when he joined us, but I’m expecting the little guy to grow… and grow fast.
He was graced with some mighty tall and fine looking parents. Good parents that just couldn’t quite take care of him, so they searched and searched and found just the right set of parents they wanted their little boy to know as his very own. And this set of parents came with a herd of youngins that would love him and cuddle him and play with him, and, I would suspect, even someday fight with him. A family. A good family who had prayed for just the right son to bring into their fold.
One of these days, sooner than we like, he will be sitting on the couch with the Illinois cousins and his two sisters and big brother. But for right now he’s very content to be snuggled by whoever wants to grab hold and snuggle.
Our little guy is just that right now: little!! We have been used to his big sister who also comes from tall genes and looks four instead of barely two. And she has been used to the limelight and the attention, so when Mawmaw asked her if she wanted little Will, her answer was a firm “No!”
The three-turned-four-child household will be going through a lot of changes this year. A big part of those changes is from our little Will joining the clan.
What a great change!!