Tuesday, March 20, 2012

It's Official!

Spring arrived today.
And what could be better for a little boy than playing in the dirt while daddy
works in the the garden.

20 comments:

  1. So cute.. typical kidlet of the male persuasion.

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  2. What an adorable picture. Oh to be little, carefree and play in the mud.
    Judy

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  3. he's getting so big! Happy Spring!!!!!

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  4. Lovely photo.He is a picture of happiness! Enjoy Spring :)

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  5. What a darling he is! I just spent a week visiting with our 20 mth old granddaughter and our little grandson that was born on Christmas Day. What a wonderful week!

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  6. What a cute mud daubber. I was out there in the dirt today too. Happy Spring.

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  7. It sure did! We are enjoying glorious warm sunny weather over here too.

    It's good to pop over to say hello Steviewren.

    Jeanne
    x

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  8. Not one thing could be better for him! I just wanted to let you know that I was tagged and Tag you are a lucky duck. I hope you can play along, it is a get to know you game between us bloggers. Go check it out at http://www.livinginthemiddle.com/2012/03/tagi-am-lucky-duck.html

    P.S. Happy Gardening :)

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  9. I had a grandbaby with dirty toes at my house. I think that you're right. Spring is sprung!

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  10. Oh...love those curls and that expression. Yay for spring!

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  11. aaaw man -what a cutie patootie!

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  12. Your little grandson is getting so big, Stevie! I see a future gardener is happily in the works :)

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  13. The yard project includes a new brick walk, fence, grass and all sorts of landscaping. My husband has given his business partner full control of this project! I trust him as well! I have had all sort of surprises! Like men at your door at 7 AM! As I type this at 6:40 here comes a worker right now! Have a wonderful day!
    denise

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