2.28.2013

Henry's imagination...

Henry has been really into all things Toy Story lately.  I'm pretty sure it all started when Grandma Sharon got him Toy Story undies for Valentine's Day.  (He thought they were the best present ever!)  He has officially named himself, Woody.  John, Bullseye. Charlie, Buzz Lightyear. And me, Jessie.  The funniest thing about this is that when he gets into character, he REALLY gets into character.  He will go put on his Woody pj's and then walk up to John and (out of the blue) say something like this, "C'mon Bullseye, your rest is over.  Time to give me a ride up the mountain to visit Jessie."  He doesn't even smile when he says it.  Completely hilarious.  And, before Henry will ride on John's (ahem, I mean, Bullseye's) back, he always has to put a blanket on him as a saddle.  Then, after he gives him a ride, Henry will use another blanket to tie him up to the couch so he won't wander away.  We are getting the biggest kick out of his imagination these days!  The picture below is the best I could do.  Bullseye, Woody, and Buzz move so quickly that all the rest I took were blurry :)


3 comments:

JHNickodemus said...

This makes me so happy!

Nancy said...

Ok, so this post made me laugh! Especially the look on John's (I mean, Bulleye's) face! Having just listened to Toy Story in the car the past couple days and realizing that I could picture every scene with only hearing the dialog, added to the humor.
Henry's imagination is priceless!

Robert Lucas said...

I was about to ask if you have a Sport setting on your camera, but I looked at the lighting in that area, and I realized the only thing that would work in that lighting to keep it from being blurry would be the flash. Maybe try that next time in that spot. If you've got a Sport mode on your camera (or an equivalent, which would be described as a mode that lets you shoot fast-moving objects at fast shutter speeds, with large aperture), and if the kids are running around the house in somewhat bright areas, you could use the Sport mode. Correct me if I'm wrong, but as far as I know, the flash can also be used in this mode.