Tuesday, August 31, 2010

HE WRITES

    Want to know what Aaron can do?

He can write the first letter of his name....
 No it is not an A. 
 It is a B.   
 Aaron's real name isn't Aaron. 
His real name doesn't even start with a B either. 
How's that for confusing? 
He is called by a nickname (Like Rob to Robert). 

 The first letter of that nickname is a B but it doesn't sound like a B.... but I digress....

     After one try - Aaron wrote the first letter of his name..... 
 The first letter is mine - the second two are his...


 WRITTEN WITH HIS FOOT!!

15 comments:

  1. That's pretty amazing! He might join the mouth- and foot-painters once home! I'm amazed at what he can do with his feet! I hope you live in a warm place, so that he'll be able to use his feet in his daily life. I mean, imagine wearing sturdy shoes on your hands :-)

    So his nickname starts with a V :-)

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  2. That is fantastic..iam praying that things will go well in court..

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  3. I thought you were going to say the third one was Rob's...... :-) Hurry home with Aaron who isn't Aaron....oh, I'm so confused.....

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  4. On a serious note, with the tail on that B, I wonder if he has something akin to the German 'es tset' (double 'S') in his alphabet....

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  5. What, you mean you haven't learned your Ukrainian yet? Your time is running out! Better get crack-a-lack-in! Aaron...or what's-his-name, is amazing. But you already knew that!

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  6. Did you write your "B" with your foot Julia???
    LOL!
    Love,
    Sam

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  7. That's just pretty good!!

    Our Dd was to have been sent to an institution--she had only about two more weeks before she was declared "undadoptable" and sent there when we found out about her . . . and she's doing extremely well academically. ;-)

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  8. The B in Ukrainian is the V sound in English. The symbol that looks like a lower case b with the top bent over is a b sound in English.

    Is he speaking Russian or Ukrainain?

    Our daughter spoke both and was learning her alphabet in both. They are slightly different;
    such as cik and cok (juice in Ukrainian or Russian). Russian has no i.

    When we were in the stores, every other juice container was arranged to see both. I wonder how long before Ukraine goes back to speaking Ukrainian all the time? It wasn't that long ago that the official language was Russian.

    Nice printing!

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  9. Wow, that boy is going to blow you all away with what he can do!

    So, are you keeping his name? I don't think you've ever said.....?

    Thinking of you :)

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  10. HOLY crackers!!! What a smart little guy you have there!!! Go B go!!! :)

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  11. You know, each time I read a new adoption story, it's like reading a very interesting book. Each page becomes more interesting than the one before. Yours is no different- especially after you told about the little frightened boy you returned to. I can't wait for each new update- learning about Aaron and to see how the Lord is leading you with him. May each new day be better than the day before!

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