life with a sunny boy
How cute, he knows there is a whole world out there to explore.
It is so much fun looking at the world through a childs eyes. Thanks for sharing.Maryrose
So sweet. I kinda like looking over the fence, too! :0)
Such a Cute post! And what a cutie pie! Do you think he might want to be a politician?Thank you for sharing.Blessings,Sue
Looks like he was having a blast. Thanks for sharing.Have a great week.Debbie
Building great social skills ;-). Love it!I so enjoy my visits here!ps: thanks for lending your voice publicly on today's necessary room blog. The other links have some great resource information as well.
What a cute picture!! Have a wonderful Wednesday!
Peek-a-boo, I see you! Sometimes I feel like poking my head over something and saying hi to complete strangers! I guess blogsphere will have to do. Soo cute. Sunnyboy and I would get along well!! My daughter, Ms.J, and I would be the ones stopping to talk to him...
What a friendly guy. Thanks for sharing. Happy Outdoor Wednesday. Here's mine:http://smilingsally.blogspot.com/2009/04/yellow-tabebuia.html
How nice is he? A child's smile does have a very therapeutic property. Thanks!Happy Wednesday!
Oh, my goodness, he is adorable.Happy Outdoor Wednesday.Barb
He looks like he is having so much fun
How cute! I'm sure his chatter brightens the day of those passing by!
He looks like he is having a wonderful time! Amy
How cute! I'm sure he brightens everyone's day that he speaks to!Manuela
Happy Outdoor Wednesday! How cute! Thanks for sharing your photos.~ Susan
How adorable!Have a great week
P.S. I stopped and spoke to complete strangers today on purpose.. I'm posting about it for Conscious Friday and Inspirational Monday...in honor of Sonnyboy!
Vchelle that's great! I find it interesting seeing how different people react to a little person saying hello and asking them where they are going and what they are doing. Sometimes people either don't hear him or pretend they don't, but usually people will at least say hello back or stop and chat. I think I might have to try crouching down so just my head is sticking over the fence and saying "Hello. where are you going?" I wonder how many people would reply? I'm fascinated to read your post and see what happened when you talked to complete strangers :)
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