Daughter enjoying daddy's hard work in the back

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  1. bianchi10

    bianchi10 New Member

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    So it's that time of the year when all the leaves have fallen here in Oregon, so I ventured out all bundled up to blow them into a pile and clear the backyard. while I was working hard to keep things in order, my 2 year old daughter was working just as hard to play through my pile. :D I couldn't help but sit back and watch her play and enjoy herself a bit. To be young again, where the simple things in life make you happy!

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  2. roadhouse

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    peekaboo! :D

    she's a cute kid bianchi.
     
  3. roadhouse

    roadhouse New Member

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    i don't have any children of my own but i do have a young nephew ( as well as a not so young niece and nephew) that i adore. here's one of him (the wee little one) with the dogs at the dog park, just ready for some more sunshine!

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    that's my dog Pumpkin actually.
     
  4. jackson123

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    she is really very cute ,i also want to have a daughter like yours.
     
  5. alienator

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    Having a daughter is a hoot. I've got a 12 y.o.
     
  6. 64Paramount

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    Bianchi, she looks like a little doll! :D

    My granddaughter (now 11 years old :eek: ) came up here a few years ago and it was her first time in the snow. Watching her reaction and playing in the snow was such a hoot!
     
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    I can relate. The last winter we spent in the Midwest, I built my daughter a snow castle with 7 foot walls a little over a foot thick, arched windows and doorway, and a throne. She thought it was awesome.
     
  8. Denny418

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    I would have, too!
     
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    I can imagine how fun it was for her, so cute to see her play in that pile of leaves.
     
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