Life gets curiouser and curiouser and curiouser.
It’s not new for curious little children like my Little Jedi to stop and watch things happen before his eyes: bubbles popping, toys moving, dogs eating, fish swimming. It’s natural. It’s all part of their development stage.
I also find myself stopping from whatever I am doing to watch the Little Jedi discover new things, play a game that only he knows of the rules, or slowly create a chaos with his toys at home.
I literally stop and just watch him do even the smallest, simplest things like eat, walk, run laugh.
I especially love waiting for his different expressions that are simply priceless. I watch him clap his hands with pride over small achievements like stacking blocks.
It’s like watching a TV series or a movie where you stop in anticipation, waiting for the next scene to unfold. You would never know what will happen next. And you’re hooked. Just today I watched him for a good thirty minutes. I was just observing him do an organize-disorganize game. It was a simple routine game, and I was amused, amazed an in awe.
These are the simple moments that I cherish. I could spend all day just watching him grow and I will never ever get bored nor get tired of doing it.