Thursday, July 10, 2008

In the head of a four-year-old



Colton discovered he could amuze himself by watching himself in the laptop webcam. I of course recorded it for my own entertainment as well. Here's the edited version.
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7 comments:

Bonnie said...

Hah, that is great! I really love where he notices that the patch appears to be on the wrong side of his shirt when he watches it on the monitor. You can see the wheels turning in his head.

Sharla said...

That was really too funny. Talmage came over and asked if that was Colton. It's funny how kids relate to each other! He really is thinking and noticing things all of the time isn't he!

Melody and Nathan Pellegrin said...

That was too funny. I loved when he was all, "And I was so impressed." And he was soo confused about how the superman patch was on the opposite side...so observant! So cute! You might need to explain to him how that whole things works...but it might be confusing...I even get confused sometimes :P I am sooo excited to see him in a week!

Holly, Justin & Carter said...

That is the cutest little video I've ever seen...that patch thing totally cracks me up. I love all his little stories he was telling...super cute little boy you have!

Melody and Nathan Pellegrin said...

So, I have watched this video twice today. I made Nathan watch it too, and he thought Colton was very funny!

Stacy said...

Oh my goodness. Colton has a way of making you laugh outloud. He is so funny and I'm so glad you got that on video. Love you guys!

Clark Family said...

I LOVE IT! That video was awesome. I could see Evelyn doing many of the same things! I loved how Colton kept trying to figure out why the Superman symbol was on the wrong side of his shirt!

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