Like Joe, Charlie is a water baby, er kid.
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I am married. We have two boys, two dogs, and two cats. I am on the Oxford Comma team. I look forward to my first large cup of coffee, black, every single morning, and I look forward to that second large cup of coffee, still black, every single afternoon.
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18 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 159”
Those are two of the cutest little boys (other than mine, of course who are not so little anymore) that I have ever seen!!!
You are kind, Beth Ann. Thank you. They are kinda cool kids.
They look more than cool!!! 🙂
How sweet. When Noah was tiny he was terrified of the water. Even the bath! He’d stick his ear in the water and be all proud of himself.
OH! I love the visual of Noah sticking his ear in the water and being proud!
The boys weren’t always fish-like. They still have a healthy concern about water. Being that my Mom found me at the bottom of a pool when I was around 3yrs old, I appreciate a healthy concern. I survived, by the way.
The smile says it all. 🙂
Your whole family seems to float much better than I do, Ms. D!
Hahahahahaha! Lead weight, eh? 🙂
Wish I was there with him.
Me, too. You could use a break, eh?
You have no idea, LD.
Have I told you lately that you have two of the cutest kids to ever come down the birth canal?
Hahahahahahaha!!! Nice visual. Wait. Did I just admit to visualizing that? I better scoot off to vote in the caption contest. Looking sharp, Peg! Looking sharp!
My oh my how cute!
Thank you, Bella. When I picked the boys up from camp, the teacher informed me that her niece now has a crush on Charlie. I told her she’d have to get in line. That kid is going to be trouble.
He’s wearing Boise State Bronco football colors!
Ha! So glad you noticed! Would you believe we planned that? I’m kidding. But – from now on – I will think of the Boise State Bronco football team whenever he wears this shirt. 🙂