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Joey now officially has a new obsession: Transformers. First, it was everything Mickey Mouse – how he would want all things with that mouse logo, right down to his shirts. Then he moved on to Cars. We even got a big McQueen car he can drive around the compound and a bed decked in Cars-motif.
But Transformers wasn’t an instant hit with the little boy. Two of our friends had already given him each a robot last Christmas which just accumulated dust in Joey’s toy box. But a few months back, Joey and I chanced upon AXM showing Transformers the entire day. And I was in big trouble.
A few weeks ago, we went to the toy store to buy presents for his friend’s birthday. I knew Joey would never ask me to buy toys when I told him before hand that our sole purpose for going to the toy store was to buy gifts. I was so touched by this that I offered to buy Bumblebee (to which the little boy even refused an Optimus Prime, saying, he just wants Bumblebee). Being the good boy that he is, Joey just asked that I take him to watch the new movie instead of Prime – which we didn’t get to do, unfortunately, as Joey had been having an on and off fever for the past two weeks.
|Can anyone tell me who he is?
So, as an additional bonus for his being such a sweet little boy, and as a reward for acing his first exams, I got him Prime. 😀
Now he’s hinting at having Sentinel Prime as well.
|Joey enjoying his robots
Joey: Mom, why did Optimus Prime and Sentinel Prime fight?
Me: Because Sentinel is a bad robot.
Joey: But he’s an autobot. Autobots are good robots.
Me: Yes, he’s an autobot but he became a bad robot.
Joey: But why???