Friday, May 29, 2009

he wants to be president...





Caleb (age 8) drew this self portrait of him as president. He has said many times that he wants to be the president when he grows up!

16 comments:

SweDaisy said...

How sweet,

You must be so proud to have a son with great goals for himself.

I must say, Eden has grown so quickly. It seems like just a few weeks ago you were still blogging about being pregnant. She is such a cutie.

Take care,
Lisa

Celeste said...

Caleb - I think you'd make a wonderful president! I think anyone could do better that our current one - so you go for it!! :)

Shana said...

That is so cute! What a treasure to show him when he is older! Go Caleb!!!

Theresa said...

That's definitely a keeper!

Been busy and hadn't checked your blog in awhile, love all the new pics! Happy Summer!!

*jimaie.marie* said...

This is precious!!! Definitely one to save, so cute!

Amy and her little family said...

Oh my! That is adorable! I hope he makes his dreams come true :)

Nancy said...

Hey Erin, I received my necklace in the mail this week and love it! Thank you. It has caused a stir at the gym, in Target and with my friends. Today I will be puting a link to you on my blog at sutherlandsircus.blogspot.com

Blessings, Nancy

Katy said...

hehehehe...that's too cute! :)

bella*tessa said...

And he will be, too!!! (Unless Jackson decides to run, then he might have some competition!!)

And might I add that I see some pretty impressive cursive on that page!

Rebekah said...

With those drawing & writing skills, you're on your way, young man!

gina said...

That's a great drawing! My third, Shaye, now 7 wants to be President as she is old enough. :0 )

erin {tvp} said...

hehe :)

Deanna said...

Love this! I'm sure he will go far in life!

Karin Schueller said...

How cool that it is a child's goal to be president!!!! He is quite the artist. :)

Becca said...

That's awesome! I think his self portrait looks a lot like Conan O'Brien.. hehe ;)

aforestfrolic said...

That is sweet! You never know, one day he may just be the 'man in charge.' And if he is, I can say "I 'know' his mama," tee hee.

Jamie :)