A journey with my little man.
Oh turtles! Real? I gave Emerson two little tutles, Ronald and Nancy, much to my daughter's dismay.I hope you have a great weekend Kim.PS- You're headed my way? When? Where? Yes, let do try and meet up, I think it would be so much fun.
Not real ones, although Reece would love that and has been asking. We are considering it :)Yes, we will be in Myrtle Beach in March for about 12 days. I will touch base with you via email soon.
So cute - love that 'bridge'
So cute! Is that one real and one fake?? Your son must have been in his glory!! :)Happy, happy weekend!
Thanks Carrie, it is too fake turtles, although there may be a few real ones in our life soon :)
The one he is touching looks so real!!
You know I didn't really notice how real they looked until everyone started commenting. Now when I look at it, I am yeah, they do look real :)
Oh my goodness, they are so small (and so sweet)! I bet he's having the best time with them!Our moment is a "cozy on the couch with a bowl of popcorn" moment. With the bitter cold of yesterday it was the perfect way to warm up! http://www.ouronesweetfamily.blogspot.com/2013/01/this-moment_25.htmlHave a great weekend, my friend!
They are just toys Shel :) Enjoy your weekend.
How brilliant...beautiful blue water and a bridge for the turtles. Sometimes I would love to know all the stuff going on in their heads. Have a great weekend!
He did a great job creating exactly what he wanted...and yes I would love to know what is going on in his head sometimes :)
Love it! One of our favorite songs is "Speed Turtle" by Sanrda Boynton. Happy weekend :)
Are those real turtles? I love the bridge over the river!
Not yet, but maybe soon :)
Turtles?! Oh. My. Stars. Cutest "this moment" EVER!
Awe, thanks. They are just toy turtles, although a few real ones might be coming home soon.
Is he a turtle lover? Sweet little house and bridge!http://www.pocoleon.com/this-moment/this-moment-5/
He is! These are his toy turtles, but he keeps asking for real ones :)
is that a turtle? so cute.
Just toy ones :)
Toy turtles on a bridge over blue water? This age is soo much fun and full of imagination! Thanks for stopping by my blog!
You are so right, fun and imagination...both make for some really great days.
I love wathcing children engaged with imaginative play. They are in their own little world aren't they :)Beautiful moment!Have a great weekend.
They are and it is so fascinating to watch.
Kim... I do love how silks can encourage imaginative play. I had them on our holiday list but still haven't gotten them. I think it's time!! your little R is growing so much. wow
They are pretty amazing, Reece has a ton of fun with them. And oh my, yes, he is growing, I want it all to slow down.
Beautiful moment - they do look like real turtles!