Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Friday, October 3, 2014

WHAT Is The Smartest Boy In The World Doing?!

My youngest son and his wife
have a wonderful little boy.
They think he is the 
SMARTEST LITTLE BOY
in the world!
Here he is at the park.
He is VERY BUSY doing
SOMETHING!
Hey, little boyo-
What are you doing?

Maken SAND CASTLE, Nana!
Wow!
THAT is a SAND CASTLE?
Yep!

See how SMART he is?
Now he has the
SMARTEST GIRL IN THE WORLD
HELPING HIM
build his 
SAND CASTLE.
Do you think I should tell them
those are 
WOOD CHIPS-
NOT SAND?

Nah....
Sometimes ignorance IS bliss.

Want to see what happens
when I say---
TIME TO GO?
Someone is NOT happy!
You could ride to 
NEVADA
on that bottom lip!

your photo name

38 comments:

  1. How cute! Creative minds can't be disturbed Grandma- don't you know that? LOL..... My daughter had a great lower lip pout too! He's adorable :-)

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  2. Diana, That little guy is precious. I don't know how you stopped hugging him long enough for him to play.LOL SC is good about helping out. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  3. Love how kids can play with wood chips and make a castle!
    Deb

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  4. Well, wood chips come from trees and trees come from dirt and dirt is sorta sand so yes, that's definitely a sand castle.

    (As far as I can tell, Nevada is too close. I'm thinking that bottom lip could take us all to Australia!)

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  5. Is it just me, or does anyone else, see how very like Prince George, he looks?

    Which doesn't mean a thing!

    I just wonder, has anyone else had this passing thought?

    Happy October,
    Tessa~
    "Here there be musing" blog

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  6. Cute! How could you leave now!

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  7. Adorable!! Nice pics... have a great weekend Diana! V

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  8. So sweet! Have a wonderful weekend. It's rainy and cold. Not ideal for outdoor marching band competitions this weekend.

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  9. He is so precious, and growing like a weed!! Oh my.

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  10. How very cute! It is never a good time to leave the park! xo Nellie

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  11. oh my gosh those cheeks, what sweet heart, even when pouting!!!!!

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  12. Very cute! I love the imagination of children engaged in play. When my Grand Gabby was young she wanted a Beret for her Barbie Doll ... So Gabby goes outside and picks up an acorn and puts the top on Barbies head. Worked for her !!!!!

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  13. Diana, They are so cute at that age and your grandson is adorable.
    xx,
    Sherry

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  14. Oh Diana...As cute as he is....a pile of rocks could be a sand castle. Couldn't you just bite those cheeks of his??!!
    BTW what did you say his grandpa's IQ was?
    xo

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  15. Priceless, you never know how they are going to re-act, do you. They are such darling kiddo's. You are very blessed my dear. So glad that you are back blogging - you always make my day.
    Have a terrific weekend - I'm adding Fall to my decor today, I hope.
    Mary

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  16. Gosh, he's adorable! Makes me recall my youngest when he was around that age. You just want to eat them up!
    xoKathleen

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  17. Priceless. I know your Grandson is your Grandson and family similarities but when I see his sweet face. A bit of Royalty in this guy of yours.

    Little Gorge. He also has that bouty lip. My Grandson has it. Dont' you just love it. Mine had them even when they were happy.

    oh stop hugging him Di. Let him build his castle. Ha-ha Happy weekend!

    I call them butterfly kiisy lips for family and specially for Grandma and Grandpa's at that age. Then later it will be for. Better not say it. Sweet cheeks is around. A hmmmm.

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  18. Cute post. I hope they don't get splinters from that sand!

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  19. Who would want to leave on such a beautiful day? Have a super weekend! Blessings, Cindy

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  20. LOL how cute can you get? Having grandsons of my own, I have learned that couch cushions are caves, yard sticks are swords and boxes are anything old thing they say they are! We grandmas need to listen up and agree!

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  21. Diana, What a cutie he is. I know he brings such joy to all of you! Have a fantastic weekend my friend.
    Noreen

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  22. Love that bottom lip sticking out! So cute! Have a fantastic weekend!!!

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  23. LOL... Too cute! And yes - ignorance really is bliss.

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  24. Only a Grandma knows not to correct a child on a mission, and just taking them to the park puts you in first, place for a Granny Award...
    Even after hours at the park they never want to go home! Wish I had their energy! Love, Roxy

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  25. How very sweet!
    I just love to watch them at their play...
    so full of fun!
    ...Nevada, you say?
    It could take you tip to top in Texas! Before you ever left the state! :)

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  26. Oh my gosh, he is adorable! Glad you didn't burst his bubble and tell him it was a wood chip castle!! What's in a word?? Lol

    Blessings
    Gert

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  27. How precious! You're right, "ignorance is bliss"! He's soooo- cute!

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  28. Mean Grandma! You might want to tell him those are chips before he goes to school and the kids tell him. Until then, I'd let him enjoy his time at the beach. lol

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