Oh, that chubby, pouting bottom lip. It is a dangerous thing. It is damn near impossible to say no to it.
There is indeed. I am experiencing that today as well.
What a wonderful keepsake photo of Owen and Mr. Moon. Deserves to go in a frame.I see Pearl is still up and moving...and never far from Owen it appears.
I can't get past that first picture... its so adorable! The comfort and love between them...wow.But the last one too. Holding a little one while watching raindrops is all sorts of magical.
aw! he is looking like such a big boy. that napping picture is too sweet. i can't handle it. and look at you in your short overalls. love love love
Sweetness and contentment personified.Lovely to behold. That classic baby grin of fun with blocks is a pretty happy sight too.
Mary, that sweet photo of yin-yang Mr. Moon & Owen is quite possibly the most incredible photo I have ever seen ~ that needs to be in Life magazine (is there still such a thing as Life magazine???)
That picture is absolutely perfection! What a sweet place to fall asleep, right on your grandpa's face!
That is one incredible photo ~ the yin-yang of Mr. Moon and Owen~ it's a prize-winner!
Oh my lord. That first shot with grandpa Moon is too too much. I can't take the sweetness. xoxoxo
perfect in every way imaginable.
So sweet! I love the pictures of Owen when he is with you while I am at work. It's like a daily progress report of all the fun things he does. Your new blog set-up is pretty by the way. I love you and will see you Wednesday.
Blogger is goofy again and not posting my comments. Sorry if you get double.That is a perfect keepsake photo of Owen and Mr. Moon. Definitely one to be framed. I see Pearl is still hanging around, dementia and all. It seems that she sticks close to Owen.
OK, now that I have had my O-boy fix, I can sleep soundly tonight. My Grand boy is in Tahoe on his first vacation =o[. Good thing I got to hold him most of Saturday! x0 N2
All three photos are divine. Is Owen getting blonder and blonder?
Rachel- I certainly can't say no to it.Syd- Lovely.rebecca- I thought so too.Lily- I love that you can see that he's a happy, sweet boy at Grandmother's house. And how much he is loved.
That first picture is just so perfect!
I came back here three times last night just to look at your pictures. I so love you guys.
What sweet photos. Thank you for sharing them, and grandma looks about 12 years old in the porch swing photo.
Thank-all of you so much. The comments finally flew in and I am grateful. Mel's Way- Yes, Pearl does follow him around. All day.notjustafemme- It is too hot for long overalls.Corinne- When Owen lets us hold him now, it is special. He's so busy.A- He's trying out new grins. He's so funny.lulumarie- I don't think Life still exists, sadly.Ellen- I know.Michelle- Isn't it?rebecca- Yes.N2- And by the time you see him next, he will be so changed.Elizabeth- I think he is. And he was sporting a sort of Flock-of-Seagulls hairdo yesterday. Lois- Isn't it?May- We love you, too!Ms. Bastard-Beloved- Well, it was taken through a screen in very low light.Lisa- Yep.
That first picture is just so unbelievable that it must be real and cannot be posed. So absolutely what life is about, like you said.
Mwa- Entirely real. Precious boy fell over on his granddaddy's head. And fell...asleep.
Tell me, sweeties. Tell me what you think.