This Moment | Climbing

Playing along with SouleMama today. In her words: {this moment} A Friday ritual. A single photo - no words - capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember. If you're inspired to do the same, leave a link to your 'moment' in the comments for all to find and see.


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16 comments:

  1. He is going to be into everything before you know it....Have a great weekend and Happy Mother's Day!

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  2. Oh my! Look at him go. One of my children was a big climber and into lots of things.

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  3. Oh the places he'll go! Happy Mother's Day C! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  4. Oh I always loved those big wool soaker bums...too sweet.

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  5. lookout! we have a little monkey in these parts too, one who was climbing ont top of the dining room table at just shy of 10 months!

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  6. I had one that did that too! What a little dare devil!
    Have a happy Mother's Day!

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  7. Oh this is priceless!

    Wishing you a happy Mother's Day!

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  8. Oh boy, a climber. Evan was such an easy little guy, but Clayton is a climber. In one morning last week, I caught him standing on the window sill hanging on the edge of the window and standing up on the piano, stomping and playing with two feet. Get ready for some fun!

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  9. Love this!!!

    Have a lovely weekend Courtney.

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  10. Phoebe (although she is not walking yet) loves to climb! It scares me!!

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  11. Look at that cute diapered bottom! Love your little Silas! :)

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  12. Well, just look at him go - he's getting so big! Have a wonderful Mother's Day!

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  13. happy to have found you... we live in Mexico and also dream with building our own sustainable homestead... I just took my first horticulture lesson yesterday (hence the horrible sun burn in the shape of a T shirt on mamita´s arma and neck)... We already have our land (not much. but more than enough), our chickens, know enough and willing to learn so much more, all that is important when deciding to take the plunge...
    SO nice to meet you!!
    Clau
    http://handmadeconamor.blogspot.com

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