Monday, November 24, 2008

In America (A&T)

Although he's one of the smallest people we've got, Sebastian eats the largest breakfast of us all, he's often a 4 weet(a)bix boy. Here he's learning from his older brother.

8 comments:

Kathryn said...

what was that last thing? 'thumb in America'?! intriguing :lol:

K xx

gretta at lothlorien said...

Or "from in America"?? Such a lot of our pop culture does come from "in America", so maybe he's right. There's a serious lot of toast eating going on there.

baker st jones said...

Eddie often says he learned things in america, or we did something "in america". It's a fixation of his. /T

Victor and Rachel J-L said...

Beautiful boys!
I'm impressed with Eddie's counting. And Seb copying his big brother's rhythm making.

Benjamin Ady said...

I think Eddie means 'Let's GO to America and see Auntie Megan, Uncle Benjamin, Cousin Eowyn and Cousin Cosette!'

sam becca and zach said...

zach loves his weetabix too. he's a two weetabix boy at the moment but maybe one day will catch up with his big cousin sebbie.

i like eddie's explanation of what thumbs up means.

b

Justin said...

My kids eat Weet-a-bix every day.

Did we miss you in NYC again?!

baker st jones said...

No, Eddie's America fixation is purely virtual, he hasnt been there since 2005.