Rockin’ the Bureaucracy

Today was “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day,” a national day created to inspire children to appreciate hard work and have confidence that they can be whatever they want to be. Or maybe it is just to teach our children that school is really not that bad, given the other alternatives.

The day is intended for older children, but I say it is never too soon to start learning about the federal government and foreign aid. So Ezra and I went to his dad’s office to say hello.

Here Ezra learns about fiscal accountability. The wee lad wants to make sure those procurement contracts are on the up-and-up!

And here Ezra waves the Ghanian flag as a sign of solidarity with his brethren around the world. He is also pretty excited about the new yamboats coming soon to Lake Volta.

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6 responses to “Rockin’ the Bureaucracy

  1. Great post thanks for sharing. Family is something that I truly care about in life. You have a great blog here I enjoyed coming here today.

  2. Meg

    Oh man, I love this!!!! They are just too cute together!

  3. Ben

    The new yam boats are great news! and I wonder if the repairs to the floating dock had anything to do the the yam boat crash I was in???

    Ben

  4. I love that he is starting early! 🙂

  5. the first step on the slippery slope of child labor exploitation! is it you who is clearing on those documents, or is it Ezra?!

    just kidding, very dapper diaper duo!

  6. Aunt Beth

    I love the serious attention on both faces in pic #1. Also love the daddy-smile in pic #2!

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