. . .he will smile incessantly.
I will keep him in mind in case we get a snow storm. LOL Very cute, he really likes the outdoors!
He is definitely enjoying himself. A happy child spreads cheer to adults. Have a Merry Christmas, Lisa!
I bet it's a big bunch of fun for him to roam around and play in the snow!
He must be having so much fun playing with the snow!
Start 'em young, right!!! And hey, he looks like he is having a blast out there!
His happiness can make you forget how cold it is and keep you warm inside out! Go!Go! Go Tristan! (I assume this is him enjoying the snow:))
He can come to my house! Actually, I think it would be over his head!
Such simple pleasures! :)
Cute headline for this (obviously) very happy boy!
DELIGHTFUL photos of joy in the snow '-)Hugs and blessings,
There does seem to be something about shovels that attracts boys like magnets. We don't have snow but mine will dig in the sand all day long LOL Great pics and I know ya'll are glad for the help!
Darling! And I love the literary reference. You should finish that thought and make a book like that with pictures of said boy and all the things it leads to.... what fun! Enjoy the day! Erin
Well, if he's finished with your drive, he's quite welcome to do mine. It's not that big, only about four meters, but it keeps snowing over here (and we are soooo not used to that...)
Oh boy, he looks like he's having so much fun!!
Oh, that's cute! He can come and amuse himself shovelling my snow if he likes, but he'll have to bring his own snow shovel - we don't have such a thing!
and so will his grandma :)
he's definitely one happy boy with a shovel. i think he loves the outdoors like his grandmother. great shots. have a wonderful night.
The sheer delight on this little guy's face is just priceless! Total happiness! Beautiful photos!
At this age he will. It's not until they reach the surly teenage years that this isn't fun anymore. Great stuff!
Now, if he would still think it's fun when he's 14, that would be very helpful!
And if you give a mom a shovel, she will forget to use her knees to lift the snow and hurt her neck. (Not that I know anything about this ...)