You have certainly captured the expressions perfectly. Is the globe New York? I can't tell.Kat
Cute cute cute! How can you resist those big beautiful eyes...
what a little sweetie pie, those eyes are gorgous and that last photo, it made me giggle so...hpw many grands do you have?
ooops, just looked at your 'waz up'...6 granddaughters...oh my goodness, you lucky devil you.
What a cute little boy.;) I love not just the expression on his face, but your caption as well.;))
Too funny. Isn't it sad that our homes become the "land of no no". It won't be long before it won't matter.
Soulbrush, I have four children and eight grandchildren; six girls and two boys. The youngest lives close by. Two girls and Aiden live an hour and 1/2 away and the other four girls live 14 hours away. I'm babysitting Aiden this weekend while his parents are away celebrating their anniversary. His sisters are with another grandmother and a great grandmother.
A sleepover! He looks like he is enjoying gramdma's house!Beautiful pictures!
That's one adorable bundle.
LOL! I think the captions follow the pictures perfectly. Have a great week.
What an adorable little guy and great captions on those photos.I had to get over here to see you after you always 'go' to church with me lol
Hi Stevie,Great blog and I love the drawings. I am going to follow you now.Great postcards. They remind me of photos of my grandparents. They used to have a place in St. Augustine. Never got there, though. I was too young and in those days it was too far to travel.I didn't post anything this Friday. So go see my blog.I am posting a photo of an old restaurant that is changing its name and renovating their building.:)http://barbaraehrentreu.blogspot.com/
Kids! Huh... :)
Awwww.. I have to agre! The last expression on his face is just priceless!
Aww! What a face! And you've captured his expressions perfectly!
How adorable! I was hoping it wasn't going to end in a crash ..and whew, it didn't!
Too cute!!! What a beautiful baby.
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