Well last night I had the pleasure of participating in a fundraiser for the strong kids program with the East Side YMCA. I got to do my part by spending an hour oh my time in a dunk tank. I am not going to lie- it was AWFUL. There must have been a malfunction with the tank- all you had to do was throw the ball in the vacinity of the target and I would fall in. My nephew Kaden was in heaven. He must have spent 10 bucks on dunking me. He is 4 years old, and dunked me 5 times...seriously, it was ridiculous. The only person not enjoying the entertainment was my nephew Zachary. He was truly upset everytime I would get dunked. When Michael took a turn to dunk me, he yelled at him. He kept yelling "MICHAEL, THAT'S ENOUGH!" Everytime he threw the ball, he would again yell at him, and Michal being the awesome boyfriend he is, didn't listen to my 2 year old nephew and continued to dunk me. My sister then bought more balls for the kids and asked Zach if he wanted to throw...he refused. I even told him it was ok, and he said no and buried his face in my sister. I even offered for him to just push the button, and he still wouldn't. Don't worry, though, Kaden gladly obliged. It is just so funny to me to see the two different personalities between my nephews. Kaden is a wild child, and Zachary is just a lover. He is sensitive to people's feelings, he always wants to be hugged. He actually got the nickname Squish 'ems because he as an abnormally large baby when he was born (1 oz short of a ten pounder!) So when he was so big, all you wanted to do was squish him! After that we would just say give him to me, I just want to squish 'em. And he gladly let you squish away, so this blog is for my godson Zachary Robert aka Squish 'ems...I love how adorably sweet and loving you are. Don't change. Love you Zach!