a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Friday, October 7, 2011

Through The Eyes Of A Child...

we can see the wonders of our world.

16 comments:

LindaG said...

The best way to see is, once we lose our own child's eyes.

TGIF! Good luck this weekend! :)

Debi@7Gates said...

Itsn't it wonderful to show them all the wonderful things in this big old world.

Country Gal said...

What a cutie. I love watching kids and animals together it is wonderful! Have a wonderful weekend.

Nezzy said...

I can't even tell where I heard this so I can quote it properly but the other day I heard...

One cannot truly be happy until they release the inner child within. Totally paraphrasin' here!

That Zander is a doll, thanks for sharin' a piece of the world through his eyes!!!

God bless ya sweetie and have a wonderful weekend!!!

TechnoBabe said...

Lovely photos of the interest and fascination on the boy face. When do we adults lose that?

Judy said...

What a cutie...

Michaele said...

He would be a delight to watch.

Lou Belcher said...

Great photos. And you're absolutely right. Children do see things differently.

Lou

Sue said...

What wonderful photos of Zander!

=)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Wonderful post, Gail :)

~Lisa

DesertHen said...

What a cutie he is! Love the photo of him looking at the bug! Reminds me of days gone by!

Pat said...

He is adorable and I can see a little bit of you in him! Being around little kids can keep us young, right?

EmptyNester said...

What a precious one he is! I love to watch little ones explore- kind of helps us not take so much for granted, eh?

Dreaming said...

I love watching the little guys squat down and examine the minute details of nature's gifts. It seems that many times, as they get older, they don't take the time to investigate as thoroughly.... or maybe, they have already catalogued all of that information in their amazing, sponge-like brains!

Nora said...

He sure looks like you a lot. Has anyone else noticed how much? He certainly is a sweetheart.

Ms. ~K said...

After teaching 1st grade for 27 years, I still love seeing that look of wonder and delight in a child's eyes...He's a cutie and I bet full of questions! :)
xoxo ~K

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