Oh this little guy just cracks me up. He has been coming up with so many "words of wisdom" lately I just had to share a few with you.
He came up to me the other day and said:
"If you're out somewhere and lost, you shouldn't ask for help from a witch!"
Well, I couldn't help but agree with that statement (even if I added a few more words of wisdom myself).
Hezekiah has been extremely busy lately making his own alphabet book, because when it's finished (as I overheard him say to Mordecai):
"We can write...all by ourselves"
He now knows all the letters of the alphabet and their sounds, so he has been busy making one page for every letter. He couldn't quite manage to make the letter "s" by himself and didn't want me writing in his book, so I wrote the letter "s" on a piece of paper and he cut it out and taped it in his book. Way to go, Hezzy! We are now filling the book with words that begin with the letters. I plan to bind it after he finishes it, then I'll post pictures.
Hezekiah made this big long word with our moveable alphabet. He was so proud of it. He said, "look, the word is longer than me!" Can you make out what it says?
The other day I was in the kitchen and Hezekiah came up to me with his serious look and said,
"Mama, I want to go to high school"
Me: Really? Why?
"Because I want to study languages."
What's not to love about a four year old planning for his future?