Friday, December 17, 2010

Thar's a Snake in my Boot!

Reach for the sky Cowboy!

Oh no Sheriff Woody...Watch out!

You're my favorite deputy.

 
Sergeant, establish a recon post downstairs. Code Red. You know what to do. 

 
Oh-ho! O-okay, ooh, well, so you wanna do it the hard way, huh? 

What chance does a toy like me have against a Buzz Lightyear action figure? 

 

Sunday at my house...it was a day for cousins and cowboys.

13 comments:

  1. Oh they're so adorable. That little grin! :)

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  2. Adorable! Little children are so much fun. I like how the little one is trying to pinch his older cousin as if to say "Give me a chance for some attention" :)

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  3. Oh, they are so cute, it is fun how the little brother teases him.;) And all the energy, I wish I would have some of that.;)))
    Thank you so much for your very, very kind comments yesterday, they mean a lot dear friend,
    xoxo

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  4. What energy! It's amazing that you managed to get some still pictures!

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  5. That's too funny!! Aiden is looking a lot like Avery in those pics. Pretty soon E will be able to hold his own with Aiden...he's doing pretty well already, it looks like!

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  6. Sweet and funny .. have you seen Toy Story 3? I cried .. but then I cried at UP

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  7. The new movie sequel is stirring up enthusiasm in these action heroes again. What a wonderful chronicle here.

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  8. That toy looks so well loved it reminded me of the Velveteen Rabbit:) I can't wait to see Toy Story 3!

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  9. What a cute video of a couple of dandies!!
    Merry Christmas, Stevie!
    :) The Bach
    Lord Thomas of Wellington

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  10. SAH-WEET!

    We have a Woody Doll at our house that is WELL LOVED as well. Sam has taken to saying "You're my favorite DESTINY." This annoys his four older siblings to DEATH and I believe he will NEVER say it the correct way! ;)

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  11. There is nothing like a houseful of little boys. Somehow, I wonder how I survived the childhood of my three sons. They so loved to be rough and tumble in the house. I always thought my crystal would be destroyed but, amazing, it never got broken.

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