Little Yum-Yum

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Max pretending a butterfly on a stick is a wand, whilst enjoying the smell of a flower (both of which came from the flowers he bought for mummy). He’s such a happy and gentle child. ❤

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15 thoughts on “Little Yum-Yum

      • laurelwolfelives says:

        He’ll be fine. He’ll learn how to treat women. My son had three sisters and me. Loser was never around and when he was, all he did was scream at my son and demean him.
        My son grew up thinking his sisters and his mama were just as good (if not better) than any man.
        They all played soccer and at practice one time, the coach told another player “you’re kicking the ball like a girl.” My little son walked right up to him and said “I have three sisters and they could drop you with one kicked ball.” I was so proud of him!

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      • laurelwolfelives says:

        No. Don’t worry…but don’t raise him like Loser was raised….being told that the only woman in the world who had any value was his mama….
        Wonder why all three of the women who were in his life…for most of his life…..left him? Hmmmm.
        Now, the tramps? Yes. He treats them with great respect and so does his mama. She knows they’re tramps so that still leaves her queen (knowing the tramps are only there to satisfy the animal needs of her precious son.) Yay them!
        Seriously, you will raise our little yum yum to be an extraordinary young man….hell, he already is. Look at how thoughtful he is. My son used to pick flowers on his way home from school and bring them to me. Your little yum yum has already done things like that for you…remember the coins he found and gave you? ‘Nough said!

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      • Persia Karema says:

        Oh definitely not. I would never raise Max like that. I think one is a product of their environment, therefore, I try my best to teach Max right from wrong – without demeaning him.
        He really is thoughtful and loving. I can only hope he continues down this route. And yes, I remember the coins! I am still in love with that moment! 🙂

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      • laurelwolfelives says:

        It’s funny….the damage that can be done by raising a child to be selfish and egotistical….and on the opposite spectrum….what a gift you can give a child by raising him to be kind and caring. 🙂

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  1. Americana Injustica says:

    That’s my handsome lil’ devil, right there!!!
    Oh my gods, Persia, he’s getting so big and somehow still sporting those adorable ringlets!!! Give him some nookie from his cyber GodMom. ❤
    This made my morning.

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