What a fun day! The wheelbarrow shot is great and so is that bubble!
Enjoy them! Kids have a way of bringing out the very best in us, don't they? Looks like a fun day! Carla
Grandchildren bring so much joy into our lives. Great shot of that bubble!
Our youngest grandchild is 13 so we don't have little ones around anymore. We are patiently waiting for the great grand-children to show up. We have one grandchild married so some day it will happen.Can't wait!
Looks like a lot of fun! What a great shot of that bubble! You've got fun memory shots of the grands! Enjoy - we get to see ours so seldom.
Gosh, you got the trees reflected in the bubble, awesome!!! What great fun pictures of the grandchildren playing.
Looks like a fun time!
I love being in Texas but I sure miss my grandson! These pictures are absolutely delightful.
Hi Glenda, Yes--it is wonderful seeing children play with the simple things in life (and not with their cellphones, video games, etc.)... God Bless.Hugs,Betsy
Love the pictures...I can almost hear those two giggling and having a good time! :) And the bubble picture is AMAZING!! Who was it who said, "If I'd known how much fun grandchildren would be, I would've had them first!" :)
Yes, it's wonderful when you see your grandchildren enjoying the simple joys like bubbles and wheelbarrows.That shot of the single bubble was spectacular!The picture of Abby with the bubbles would make a wonderful birthday card.Grandchildren are indeed the icing on the cake. :)
It's so wonderful to see kids playing outside. So much of childood play seems to be gone these days. Let them be children and let us take the time to watch and enjoy them as you do!Andie
This is such a reminder of how much fun kids have:) Thanks for sharingkim
What a wonderful photo of that bubble, Glenda! Grandkids are wonderful, aren't they? We spent some time with one of ours yesterday, he walked between us while hanging onto one of each of our fingers. LOL....so cute!
It is definitely fun to see things through their eyes. The little twins use anything in their hands as dolls - sticks, pieces of toast, and today their own fingers, since they didn't have anything else. So cute. They could survive without all the "stuff" they've been blessed with by so many people.
I love the picture of the bubble. You really caught a magical moment there too. Like you, I love my grand children. It sure looks like they had a great time there with the wheelbarrow! Sometimes the simplest of things can bring more happiness than expensive toys! I hope your Sunday is a wonderful one at your house!
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