Monday, August 3, 2009

No Daddy, We're Going THIS Way















And they did.

Ahhh, young Grasshopper, I have taught you well. Very well, indeed.

17 comments:

  1. Oh, he doesn't stand a chance between the two of you {{grin}}!

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  2. Does the phrase "She has him wrapped around her little finger," ever get repeated in your house? :)

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  3. Awesome! Jeff "complains" that he always goes where I point, but...isn't that the way it's SUPPOSED to be??!?

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  4. Oh that is beautiful!! :-) I love those moments with daddy and the little one. So precious.

    And those tub photos--ADORABLE!!!!!

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  5. I think that is the way little girls are supposed to be. With their daddy. Momma on the other hand is a totally different story!

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  6. Where is that park? I love the lush green grass! And yet shade. Perfect for a picnic.....

    Great pic!

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  7. If she doesn't get her way, does she fling herself on the ground and lie there and screech? Because that's what my daughter does. I usually step over her and ignore her, something 15+ years of working with dogs has taught me. My husband though, his eyes start to bulge and he does whatever she wanted in the first place.

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  8. Daddy knows what's good for him!

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  9. Too cute. Ryan has lately become quite the backseat driver, saying things like, "No, Mommy, DAT way! DAT way, Mommy!" He's very adamant. One Saturday when I had little on the day's agenda, I obliged him and made every turn he requested. We ended up about 10 miles from home, and I needed to get gas. When I asked him which way to go when we left the station, all he said was, "Let's go HOME, Mommy."

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  10. I can see he's wrapped around her finger, lol. How sweet. Very cute pic.

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  11. Best picture ever.

    (What is the grasshopper reference? I know I've read that somewhere before...)

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  12. When she starts pulling like that, aren't you afraid you're going to pull her little doll hand right off? My daughter pulls like that in parking lots as I'm holding that tiny hand tight. I'm so worried I'm hurting her little hand, but I've got to keep my grip.

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Give me some sugar, baby!