Sunday, March 01, 2009

My little ladies man.

Yesterday Griffin and I were kicked out of the house asked if we could vacate the premises for a few hours so Steve could get some serious work done. So we packed up our stuff and headed out into the wide wide world.

We did a bit of shopping for random stuff, a bit more grocery shopping, and when I could sense a hunger meltdown coming on and we hadn't been gone for nearly long enough, I headed to (bows head in shame) McNastys for a less than stellar meal, and a chance to play in the germ infested dirtiness that is the McNasty Playland.

We wandered in, took off our boots (so even our feet weren't safe from the germs) and headed off to play. Griffin spotted a little girl on the way in, about his size, and said hello. She was cute, beautiful blond little curls, and dressed head to toe in pink.

I think he liked her.

Wanna know how I know? Because 5 minutes later they came out from one of the doors of the massive germ ground play structure, HOLDING HANDS! Who knows what they had been up to in the bowls of Germland before that....

Their romance was intense, but short lived, as 10 minutes later they were both distracted by SOMETHING SHINY in opposite directions, and they parted ways.

Polite guy that he is, he swung over to her table on our way out the door to say bye, and point out his shiny new sunglasses, and announce to everyone at her table that he was cool. "I'm cooooool!" were his exact words. They already knew that though.

My son, the ladies man. Just another case of the proverbial apple falling in remarkably close proximity to the (paternal) tree!

3 comments:

Dawg said...

Very sweet! Kudos to him for charming the girls already :)

oma said...

Mr Personality+ ! It reminds me of the time he casually waved to a table of total strangers, who were sitting beside our table in the local restaurant, and said "Bye guys!" on his way out.

Jonny's Mommy said...

That is hilarious! What a little charmer he is! My son is following along too, but goes for the older women for some reason. I guess they "oooh" and "aaah" more or something.