Photo Tuesday

April 5, 2011 at 10:30 pm | Posted in Giggles, Lollipop, Photo Tuesday | 22 Comments
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“Today was good. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one.” β€” Dr. Seuss

How do your children surprise you with their creativity? What simple things do they find fun? What simple things do you find fun?

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Have more fun at Beth’s later this week.

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  1. I love all the spring colors. And Dr. Seuss. πŸ˜€

  2. My favorites are the chalk in the foreground/bikes in the background, and the last one with the flowers. Cute!πŸ™‚

  3. I love your spring colors! Magical springπŸ™‚

  4. You choose the best photos and quotations week after week. I like the flowers in the last one — signs of spring and hope!

  5. Great photos! Love those little pink shoes and the perspective on the chalk.

  6. Such lovely pictures. They really capture the essence of child play and fun.

  7. Love these! Signs of spring…when kids get to fully be kids!

  8. Lovely. =^)

  9. Beautiful pics! Bare feet and spring discoveries! Love it.

  10. Awww…I just love that last shot of him riding his bike with the handful of dandelions. So precious.

  11. Oh, those little pink shoes!

  12. Wonderful picutres, especially the last one!

  13. I totally love the chalk!!!!!!!!

  14. I love your pictures and I LOVE the quote, it is one of my favorites from Dr. Seuss!

  15. Love the hues. So vibrant and of course, childlike.

  16. Great quote! It makes me want to hop scotch with my nieces.

  17. little hands with dandelions. is there anything more sweet?

  18. everybody loves outdoor fun! It’ my first time to join, hope you can check out mine HERE. Thanks!

  19. So raw and down to earth. What gorgeous pictures.

    Hey aren’t you leaving soon?

  20. such cute photos. lovely.

  21. Colors are something of an altar for me. It sounds kinda corny but they are this holy little kalidescope that puts together all the pieces. I could look at these pictues all day.

  22. I love the colors in these photos! (I am noticing that I am using the word “love” alot when commenting on your blog!) My son loves picking up twigs and rocks. I’ve never appreciated that, but as always he reminds me of simple beauty in life. He also loves origami, something I had always considered a royal headache, but very slowly I am finding myself enjoying it. All you need are paper, imagination and patience.


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