Shrek in German means fear. My son is not frightening - hes autistic.
Well I wish Griffin did too!!!! but no... he jumps in them.
Absolutely brilliant! What a happy post, loved it.
Mmmm... wish I could get my kids to walk around... instead of virtually swimming in them!!!xx
wonderful!...of course, SOME adults still like to PLAY in the mud! ;) lol
That is so fantastic!! You must be so pleased and proud, well done C, BG x
What a cool site! I drew and drew and smiled!
Oh YAY!!!! double and triple Yay..cheers Kim xxx
Woohooo...what great news! Congratulations C :-)
Even I don't walk around puddles! Fun to jump in!
::: electric grin :::Buy him some white shoes for summer!
Fab news! It made me smile in more ways than one when I remembered that scene in the Vicar of Dibley when she went to jump in a puddle and went into a hole right up to her neck! At least he won't be doing that now he walks around them. Loved that drawing thing. Kept me mesmerized for ages!
I wish I could still play in puddles! ;)
ah, and we rejoice over each increment of growth. :)
I DO still play in puddles, but not as often. Good for you both!That...thing....you said "have a play with" gave me the willies. The creepies. The heebie jeebies. The jibblies. It WAS kinda fun though.
I have to tell you you always find the coolest thing. I think also walking around puddles is fine. Have a great weekend!!!!!!!!!!!
Hallelujah! Dry shoes!
C needs to give Matt some lessons. That puddle would be shared with our vehicle and our home.
Yippie for "C"!!!Love the post...I played!Peace
That's great! Secretly, every here and again, I wish I could just run directly down the middle of the giant puddles that form in the grocery store parking lot. Glad you came over, your blog is filled with interest.
Out with the wellies!Great news, Crystal xx
That's fantastic! Yoo hoo!
That drawing thing is COOL! Where do you find these?
Wonderful for "C"! I wish my kids would. Have a wonderful weekend! I'll come back and play after I consult with my Geek to find out why I was unable! Hugs!
YaaaaaaY....clap, clap, clap...you ROCK, C!!!!Now...can you teach ME how to do that???Thanks for a great post, Casdok!! I'm on my way to PLAY now...Enjoy your weekend, C...and dear lady!
Victory consists of one little thing after another. This is a step in the right direction.I enjoyed your little play thing.
Good for C! Have a wonderful mud-free weekend!
I'm really, really proud of him, and glad for you too. I know from my life that things that sound so ordinary to other people have such great meaning. We celebrate when I manage to get out of bed for a bit - makes no sense at all!! What wonderful news.
Whoop whoop . . . .
I like. TFX
I wish mine did that!! W would lay down in it if he could!
Sounds a sensible and less messy thing to do!
you must be really pleased I am so glad I don't often have to tell my boys to go around any more
Your postings are so comforting.
What did he used to do?
Sending out a big "Woo-Hoo" for C
lil joys and simple things make life beautiful.
That was fun! My son always wants me to drive through puddles I can find when we are in the car - the bigger, the better.
My kids never have learned to walk around puddles. sigh
That was a lot of fun. I went to the main website and bookmarked it.Good for C, no more wet and muddy shoes!
Soon, you'll be keep your jacket on instead of flinging it, with great female chivalry, over those puddles!
Where do you get this stuff- you have the coolest art work! Mud puddles- yum! FYI-Check out this site-http://www.ted.com/talks/view/id/229. A neuro-scientist talks about the brain and her experience with having a stroke!
That is a big deal. Very cool.
Yeah... I think it's just part of being a healthy happy kid! ;-)
I love it! I couldn't stop doodling. It made me smile. That was the best part. Thanks for sharing.
That is fun!
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