Monday, September 27, 2010

Jay's Occupations

Jay has been looking into several fields for his future career. Possibly the most promising has been his recent interest in dentistry:

Joe's tooth was hurting him a few weeks ago and Jay took wonderful care of him. Jay told him to open wide. And when that wasn't wide enough, Jay helped him open wider. He took a close look at Joe's teeth.
And then a closer look:
He felt around a bit...
...found the problem tooth...
...and tried to pull it out. He even gave Joe a foot massage afterword for being such a good sport. (Reflexology perhaps?)
Joe said it was very relaxing and Jay thinks Grandpa Brady should consider giving foot massages at his office.

Jay has also explored culinary arts so he can be like his Aunt Traci. He loves tasting his food,
..and mixing.
But mostly tasting. If these career paths don't work out though, he is sure to have a job in construction. He loves to build temples. All day long. Everyday. Here's a sample of his work:
When you ask him what he's doing, he'll tell you, "I building a temple mommy."
What a spiritual kid, huh? We're so proud.


Karin said...

Love the creativity in your post. Cute kid- fun activities keeping him busy all day long!

Mike and Alli said...

You are fun. And Jay looks equally so. Cute kid!

Shannon said...

Those pictures with Joe and Jay are awesome. You have the cutest kid Stace. Love you!

Janelle said...

I love this! Especially the pic of Jay looking real closely into Joe's mouth with one eye closed. He's a natural and I'm sure he makes Grandpa proud. He's also a very brave boy to touch Joey's feet:)

Kade and Teann said...

Forget this whole dental school thing, we'll just come learn from Jay. He obviously knows the ropes. :) That's cute that he calls all his buildings temples. :)

G & G Brady said...

This post makes me smile and laugh everytime I look at it. Rod (Grandpa) got a particular laugh out of Jay's technique for getting Joe to open his mouth wider. One hand pulling up on the nose, while the other pulls down on the chin. I personally hope this technique doesn't catch on however. I'm with Janelle-the "closer look" picture is priceless!