At two, there were no words.
And at three.
There were no words.
In the middle.
Between three and nine.
And his words.
They were born.
It is unique.
It is different from other nine year olds who you might happen to meet.
He memorizes lines from Baby Einstein videos.
He gets pronouns mixed up in a hot mess.
He can sing a mean Row Row Row Your Boat or Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.
And when we ask him, “How much do Mommy and Daddy love you?”
His response is always, “More dan da whole wide world.”
Back and forth conversations, they are emerging.
And with every word.
I touch a miracle.
And I will forever say.
Dawson has recently discovered the video camera on my phone.
As I just mentioned, the child loves to sing.
So I give you Dawson’s Medley.
And just know I love it more than the whole wide world!