This morning while I was in the shower, my boys were playing with horses in their little castle in the bathroom with me. I overheard them talking between Jaden's knight's horse and Clay's smaller farm horse. Jaden's horse was the daddy and Clay's horse was the baby.
They frequently play together with various creatures and inevitably one of them is the baby and the other is the mom.
So, this time I was curious, why was there a dad and no mom.
I asked Jaden, "How do you know that your horse is the dad and not the mom?"
Without pausing, Jaden responded, "That's because the dad saves the baby, not the mom. Moms can't save babies."
It was so sweet to hear him say that. So great to know that Jaden loves and respects his dad.
My boys are momma's boys and always have been. I have tried hard to get them to be daddy's boys but it hasn't worked. That could be because Bryan has had to work so much over the last 3 years we were in Rochester, MN for his internal medicine residency. Now Bryan is home so much more. He works on average 32 hours per week and we love it. We love having Bryan/Dad around and it is nice to see that the kids love it too.