Sunday, November 8, 2015

Grocery Shopping . .

grocery shopping, or off to the mall,
looking for Easter eggs, going for a walk
who knows what this
Little Miss Adorable
might have in her mind.

my daughter and son in law have a few acres of land near their home
and while my daughter Suzie, Oakland's granny, was raking leaves the other day
Oakland dragged this old purse and basket out of the garage and
took off down the driveway

amazing at eighteen months of age
she already is creative and enjoys her imaginary play

what a joy she is
may she enjoy all the best of life and living


Deb said...

This is so cute, Lynn. Nice captures. Little girls do love their purses and bags. :)

Beth @ PlantPostings said...

Awww, what a sweetie. Toddlers are so fascinating. I think that was my favorite time with my kids--when they were old enough to be forming their personalities, but still young enough to really need me. ;-) Of course, I've loved them at every age, but the toddler years were especially fun. Your little one is so cute!

Pondside said...

That's such a sweet shot. There is something about her and the pose that makes me think of a little Hummel figurine.

Margaret Adamson said...

Very cute

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

What beautiful photographs and she looks so happy in her imaginary game. Children don't need expensive toys to have fun do they Lynne ? XXXX

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, Lynne

Your Oakland is so sweet and smart too! Cute series of photos. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

Jeanie said...

Way, way, way WAY too adorable for words!

Kerin said...

She is so sweet, and adorable!


Kim said...

The girl's got style! ;)

Donna said...

sooo cute!

amanda | wildly simple said...

Indeed, what a perfectly summed up wish for the youngsters we so love- to enjoy all the best of life and living.
She is adorable and so full of imagination already! Love it.

Adam said...

very adorable

Missy George said...

Adorable..Did she ever put anything in the basket?? Maybe she didn't have any money??

Sarah Huizenga said...

Too cute!

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Liz said...

Oh what those little ones come up with that sure puts a smile on our grandmas faces! (and great grandmas!)

bj said...

Oh, yes, we all pray for good lives for our little precious ones.....she is so cute.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Don't you wish you could plan everything out for her..protect her and not let any bad things happen to her? Not even a skinned knee. Now some might say that's not a good thing...but who the H cares...less pain in the world cannot be a BAD thing as far as I am concerned.

carolann said...

oh this has to be the most touching moment for a Grandmother right?

Bottle it up is right. Time in age grows so fast in children. Before you know it she will be 3.

I enjoy your pictures of your little darlings.

Linda said...

Oh My Gosh!!
How did I miss this???
You must want to just gobble her up!
Sweetness for sure,Lynne!
Linda :o)

Pamela Gordon said...

That is too cute!! Look at her sweet smile. What a great place for her to visit and roam.

A Joyful Cottage said...

Lynne, I am so very much enjoying these little snippets of Oakland. Right now it's just so "right" to see and smile at her innocence. Thank you for making me smile.