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Friday, July 20, 2012

Water Play



Our deck is well used in the summer. It's great for morning coffee, summer dinners and family gatherings. Put a baby gate at the stairs and it makes a perfect kiddie corral for our newly walking granddaughter. She loved the freedom of being outdoors and we liked the idea that her area of exploration was limited to the deck. At first she just walked back and forth from one side of the deck to the next, then the water fountain caught her attention
                                            

                                                   


We knew the water fountain would be tempting. We expected that she would want to play in the water, but there were plenty of adults on the deck to supervise the play




She enjoyed splashing around with her hands but it got to the point that she wanted to take a closer
look....okay where are all the adults that are supposed to be supervising??



You knew it was going to end this way, didn't you?




Wishing this little red headed gal a very Happy Birthday

7 comments:

Debbie said...

Oh my goodness...what a little doll! Love the soft curls and red hair, big blue eyes. Just adorable. And yep, knew she'd get around to licking and drinking it, haha...Happy birthday to her! She is just a couple months ahead of Sam! Have a good week-end!

Sandy said...

Oh, she is a beauty! I love to see little ones with red hair. I wish her a very Happy Birthday and a lifetime more!

LDH said...

Cutest little sweetheart! Happy Birthday, dear one!

mare ball said...

what a beautiful child! so fun!

NanaNor's said...

Hi, I can't believe I missed this post-what an adorable granddaughter you have-she is sure a beauty. Loved seeing her play in the water; I'm just surprised she didn't try to climb in. Hope you are having a glorious day!
Hugs, Noreen

Sassy Granny ... said...

Fabulous! Adorable! There's just something about a child & water that is so simpatico. Do they ever tire of it?

Stay cool.

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

How precious...totally precious!!!