Nature, Writing, Photography - Celebrating the Positive
That first image is so my niece's son, I just can't tell you. These are so cute. Carol
How cute....how pure...these are warming my heart.Tomoko
Such expressive eyes. Lovely theme.
So important to have children around to remind us of these lessons.
oh, a thoughtful, rich post! love that second photo. but the eyes, oh my, in all of them. truly a treasure Barb. happy week to you.
Such sweet faces.. those eyes!
Unique article. The eyes say a lot.Greetings,Filip
Three good shots! The kids are lucky that you are the kind of grammy who is willing to learn from them.
Lovely pics. Children are intelligent, have a sharp brain and are very observant & creative. Sometimes we adults are stumped by their simple sensible but logical & embarrassing questions! Children view at the world with such an innocent perspective! We can learn lessons from them.
There is so much to learn from the kids!They have a clear and pure heart which reflects in their actions.
So sweet -- makes me miss my "little" boys who are now 27 and 30! :) And I'd love some rocks from you, Barb. So nice of you to offer. I'll send you my address. You send me yours -- I'd like to exchange a little gift. :)
Learning from your grandkids is a wonderful way to stay healthy and happy!
Just wonderful - the wisdom and the shots.
Amen indeed!Children see the beauty.You are a gift...thank you.Stay warm. Happy December.Sherry, who dreams with the Swans
Kids can be the best teachers. :)
Loved your second capture . Kids are wonderful source of learning and innocence .
We learn from kids, and kids can certainly learn from us! They are so natural! Great portrait shots!P.S. The wind so strong the other night I could hear the branches tapping on our windows. Twylah and Pixie were a little scared. No worries.
And Jesus said, "Be ye like a little child." (I think Jesus said that. Or something like that.) Wonderful photos!
Your comments are always one good thing for me!