In our home the most important color has beenBLUE. It is my favorite color as well as Mark's, but most importantly it is a way of declaring allegiance for my husband. For those who don't know, Mark was born in Michigan, and as far as sports go, he is true to his home state. It is true that he only lived there for the first couple years of his life, but a boy is taught sports by his Father and Mark has not strayed from that teaching. From a very young age he has tried to instill the importance of rooting for the "right team" in our sons.GO BLUE!!
Elijah is still too young to vocalize his preferences, but that has never been an issue for Gabriel. He was vocal very early and definitely knows his own mind. For a while now he has known that his favorite color isRed. Everything should beredin Gabriel's eyes. When we go somewhere he wants the town, person's home, or store to bered. Not too long ago, when Mark was driving in circles waiting for me to come out of a store, Gabriel asked him if the circles they were driving in could bered. He wishes the whole world could bered. This is one of the colors of the "evil rival", so this fasination with all thingsred has been a bit of a concern for Mark.
(His facination with the color might have something to do with a certain red race car. Cachow!)
Recently, Gabriel said to Mark, "Daddy, when I grow up and play football on tv, I will wearredand you can wearredtoo and cheer for me inred." At first, Mark's face fell and I could see he was a little sad because of this declaration. But, my wonderful husband just looked at each of his sons and said, "I will always cheer for you and Eli, no matter what. Even if you choose to wearred." Now that's love!