Wow. You really made me "hear" the angst and appreciate its short version. Very clever.
What a beautiful little girl! How could anyone be in angst with a grandma like you? Thanks for sharing - great pics!
Ha! If I look at it over and over again, it's a rolling commentary of my day! That last picture is hilarious!
too cute! love her smile!betty
That's so funny, and she's such a cutie-pie! You're lucky if that's all that she does, though. Garrett, the 7yr old grandson, has always been known as the drama king because his displays go on forever, so we started taking photos of them so he can see how funny (ridiculous)they are. Then he started throwing a tantrum over our taking a photo of him throwing a tantrum. Very frustrating!
Glad she recovered - (for now)
What an awesome huge smile!! Great photos.
I LOVE LOVE her smile! She is just so sweet I wish I see her in real life someday. The pictures brought over the message well. :)
What a beauty!
Precious, precious children. They show us what we choose to hid. Their innocence is much to be admired and we would benefit from emulating their childlike beauty.
what a great smileafter the storm (o:
We often laugh at how quickly they recover, but that's a trait that I wish would last. Not the tantrums, just the smiling aftermath. Very precious.
Loved the pictures. I have had my 16 month old grandson for 2 days and we took that roller coaster ride a number of times!
That was just too darn cute. BTW, thanks for becoming a follower!!
OMG, what a cutie pie!So glad the disappoint is over, bright smiles!
What a bright, happy smile! She's adorable. Glad the drama was short lived.Happy weekend,jj
Holy Moley! What a beautiful, beautiful child! What a lucky Grandma!
She is so precious!!!!You are right though about it not lasting as long - just wait for the teenage angst to come ;-)
She has such a sweet face.