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There are so many things I admire about Wyatt, just so many things. His ability to love, his sweetness, how gentle he is with his brother, his courage, and his passion. He’s a firecracker this little one and he fills my heart with so much love it feels like it might burst on a  daily basis. I think he pulls some of those qualities from the people around him and from his favorite videos. We’ve been collecting Disney movies since before he was born – just waiting to be able to watch them together. He really loves them! Right now he’s on a Planes kick and I’m not complaining because I feel like the main character, Dusty is one he can relate to. 

I love that Wyatt is never afraid to try new activities, he loves to run and play – to be outside and to be adventurous! We went on a little weekend trip to an indoor waterpark and I thought he was going to be terrified, but he wasn’t. He was running around, splashing and smiling from ear to ear. 

He has made so much progress this year and really broken out of his shell. He used to be shy and quiet but now he is trying new things all the time and chatting up a storm. This week he spelled his first word out loud! I was so so proud of him for having the courage to try so we went to Walmart to pick out a special toy, and of course it was Planes! 


He picked out a red helicopter/blade ranger that is from the upcoming movie Disney Planes: Fire & Rescue. We brought it home and he couldn’t wait to play! He handled it with such care as he ran all over the yard making it soar.  And the look on his face was just priceless – I will never grow tired of seeing that boy smile.

He was running so fast the “action-shots” came out blurry – but there is no mistaking that big smile on his face!




The best part about having kids, hands down, is watching them grow and learn. I just love to think that even little Levi is watching Wyatt and learning from him too. Learning how to love, how to show love, and most importantly how to share your toys…. (well, we’re still working on that). 


Do your little ones have courage & passion?

What are your favorite qualities you see in them?