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Sunday, January 24, 2010

two big brothers and pants on the ground

Seth Eyasu continues to amaze us as he transitions into our family. His language is progressing so rapidly, it is fascinating to witness. He is a little puppet for the big kids. This is the result of spending some time with Hill and Wick. Only 2 months home and look what they taught him. So proud. :)

It may not make sense if you haven't seen any of this seasons American Idol.

44 comments:

Heather said...

The cutest thing EVER!

Embracing my cup said...

I have been following your blog for a while now, and I love it!!! You're sweet family inspires me!! I was watching the video of your cute little boy when my dinosaur loving boy came over to watch with me. He immediately noticed your son's t-shirt, and he begged me for one. I know you are busy, but could you let me know where to get one?? If you don't get to it, I totally understand!!! But, I thought it was worth a try!! Thanks!!! Thanks for journaling your life! You have a beautiful family!!!!

Jenn said...

that was too stinkin' CUTE!!

kristen said...

how sweet is he!! Can hardly wait for our two little guys to come home!!! what a precious voice he has!! you are blessed...

Wes and Layla said...

That is so cute! He is completely precious!

Jess said...

Watching the saints and passed my phone around the room so everyone could see why I was laughing so hard! Love it! "lickinlika foo w cause wif yo pants onda ground!" ahhhh I love him :) coming ove this week will call you tomorrow!

Jenny said...

this is adorable!!! LOVE it:)

Kat said...

TOTALLY adorable!

Becky said...

the cutest video clip ever!!!!

Traci said...

That made my week- sooooo cute!

solas4me said...

Hilarious! That boy has rhythm!!

Henley on the Horn said...

Precious Esayu!

kenzsethia said...

No way!!! This is my favorite thing ever! His little accent! I love it. So, so cute!!!!

da momma said...

i love it!!!! still hoping to meet him and the others soon!! :)

Kelley said...

Annie, Travis and I are laughing so hard we can't breathe!!!! Oh my gosh, Eyasu! I do believe you may have a future in music!

Kristi J said...

too funny...he's so cute I could eat'im up :) love it, kj

Callie said...

this is seriously the greatest thing ever. yes. i love this boy so much. tell him I said see you in TWO weeks! (or tommorow, he seems to like that one better)!

love y'all!
Callie

Kim said...

now that defines cuteness!
can hardly wait for our boys to get home from school and see another performance of their new favorite song!
love & blessings from hong kong,
kim

Stephanie W. said...

We are in the final process of adopting an Ethiopian child and I am hoping to make contact with other families that have adopted children over the age of 2. If you have time to share your experience (my email is stephw@rockofroseville.com) or point me to some of your blogged stories - I would be so grateful.

The Siler Family said...

lol... too cute..... I can't get that darn song out of my head!

Abby said...

HILARIOUS!!!

whittakerwoman said...

That made my morning! I may be cussing at lunch time as I continue to sing pants on the ground, but as for now I am happy! :) H

Aaron & Whitney Pratt (A&W) said...

awwwww. could he be any cuter?!!! i don't think so. mekele just stared and smiled.

Melissa said...

Cracking up!!! So fun to catch up on my recently fixed computer!!! Whoohoo! Love that boy

The Busters said...

He is too cute!! Love it!!

Heather said...

LOVE it! I teach jr. high students so I can definitely relate to that song!

I can't believe how well he is adjusting. What a blessing to your family!

Sydney said...

HA! Love it!
We have a very similar post in the queue on my blog with my 4 having a "pants on the ground" dance party. Only, I am afraid Chris and I tought it to them- I don't have any teenagers to blame!

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Julie said...

Adorable!

Jamie Jo said...

LOVE IT!

Suzanne said...

That is just too dang cute. You can see the joy in his soul via his smile...love it!

Jennifer Eastland said...

Precious!

Wolfemom said...

Better than the original! Too cute!

Rebecca said...

I LOVE it! I can't wait to show the video to Eli tomorrow. He asks ME to sing it for him all the time. He won't sing it, but he thinks it's hilarious when I do. The things we do for our kids :)

Holli said...

I THINK HE IS THE NEXT AMERICAN IDOL!!!! SO CUTE!!!

Hauswife said...

That is some CRAZY FUNNY stuff, Em! Eyasu, I love you, you cutie! Auntie Laurie

Jen said...

That is the cutest.

Lori said...

Without question, we need to talk! Seth is just beyond. I also need to see Abe again... I miss and love you to death - sweet pea.

Sue Krzysiak said...

Love it!!!! He is soooooo cute!

Tracy said...

so. very. awesome. !!!

Tanya said...

i think Gabriel remembers Eyasu from the Care Center.....he kept saying "Gen" over and over to watch his friend sing & dance (again and again and again). So cute!

suzanne said...

seriously ... we should get all our kids together and do one big concert w/ this song ... ALL MY KIDS HAVE IT MEMORIZED .. you like how I am catching up on your blog right now ... hee hee ... MISS YOU

Erica said...

Oh my gosh!! Laughing SO hard!! We've now watched this over and over! SO SO funny!!

♪~Jenn~♪ said...

I stumbled across your blog months ago and have been looking for it ever since:) You are one of the only family's I have found that brought all of their children with them while traveling to Ethiopia. We plan to do the same when we travel and currently have 4 children also. We are adopting siblings(2)ages 3-8. I would love to hear how it was for your family...the journey, the experince of being in a place so very different from the culture they are used to. Would you mind sharing with me?

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