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Sep 28, 2009

big heart

One day while I was on the treadmill at the gym, I looked up to see my baby (or as he says "Mama, me not a baby, me a KID!") boy really close to tears. He was trying to hold his tears back and his eyes were watery. I immediately slowed down and asked him what was wrong. My first thought was that he somehow got hurt. When I asked him again what was the matter, he said "the kitty drowned and died". I looked over at the movie that was playing on the TV and saw that these two dogs were trying to save the little kitten. I asked him what happened to the kitty and he told me that it got hit by a wave and drowned. I got off the treadmill and tried to get him to come to me, because at this point the tears were ever-so-slowly falling down his cheeks. I looked back at the TV and an old man had come and rescued the drowning kitten. I eventually got Kyle to look at the TV (he kept telling me no, the kitty died) and see that the kitty was okay. When my little boy realized the kitten didn't die, his face lit up.

Oh, that boy warms my heart! Kyle is so loving and he has such a big heart - doesn't matter if it's a person or an animal. I'm so thankful that he gives me these little reminders. Reminders to be more loving, to be more compassionate. To be more like Him.


**this is the second time an animal dying has gotten to him, read about it here**

9 comments:

Manuela@Pleasures of Homemaking said...

Ah that's so sweet! He has a good heart!

Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Manuela

Alicia said...

Oh so sweet!! What a caring and compassionate little boy!!!!

Arlene said...

Aww, what a sweetie! Makes me want to hug him and squeeze him!

Post Grad said...

Aww..how cute. So sweet. Glad you're not sick anymore and thanks for the fun comment!
-Leslie
:)

Bombtastic Belle said...

Yes ma'am, I'm in the Eglin group :) We live here in Crestview, my husband teaches at the EOD school.

I would have been you son in this post - I'm a total softy when it comes to animals, to a fault. *lol*

Kristin said...

Awww! Poor baby! How sweet! I'm glad the kitty was saved :)

Cakeblast said...

It is great that he has such compassion for animals at such a young age. That was a very cute story.

Daphine said...

Soooooooooooooo sweet!

jenn said...

Awww. That is so sweet. He has such a tender heart.

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