Friday, January 28, 2011

Busy Beaver...

 From the minute this little guy comes in the door...he is one busy little beaver!
 You can see the wheels turning and you wonder what he is thinking or where he will turn next....as he is running to get there!
 Today was kinda fun because he was on "slo-mo"....which means he was only 1/2 as fast...which means I could almost keep up!! He was playing with toys for more that 30 seconds and focused in on one that he really enjoyed.
 I get a kick out of how seriously he plays almost like it's his work. It's so much fun to watch...like when our kids were little...all the things I've forgotten.
 Concentrating, learning....
Until it wears him ....all...out! (~and moi too)

30 comments:

rosaria said...

When he's all grown and looks at your blog book, showing it to his children, they too will go, Oh, how cute is that?

Precious child! Precious memories captured here.

Kim said...

Such a little angel. Great photos too. I often look at the little ones and wonder what they are thinking. They can get so intense and focused at times. He is precious.

Julia said...

Donna, what a beautiful little grandchild. Watching them grow is so much fun and if we blink, they are all grown up. It seems like yesterday I was sitting on my swing and singing silly funny songs and sharing some little stories with my oldest granddaughter and already she's 17. How they grow so fast.

Enjoy every precious moments and make good memories for them. Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. I'm enjoying some quality time with the new baby. He's such a joy. JB

acorn hollow said...

He is just the sweetest. They grow so fast.
Cathy

Catch the Kids said...

Where do they get that energy? I want a dose! He is so cute. He sounds clever too. Looks like he's working out lots of things. Hope you can keep up!

Sue said...

What a cute boy he is! You must be a proud grandma!!

=)

Tammy@beatrice banks said...

You do know busy bodies are actually geniuses. And the way he's studying his toys, you can just see smartness. But most of all, he's just plain adorable! I could kiss him right through the screen.

heartfelt living said...

Oh Donna, he is just precious and what beautiful eyes! You certainly are a Blessed grandma.
xx
Karen

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Donna
How darling is your grandbaby! I love your pictures and the captions for each one is a loving grandmother writings.
Thank you for such a sweet comment about my Forrest. I know you do understand after the loss of Sam.
I am so sorry you had to go through this too.
Love
Maggie

Beth Dunn said...

Just love all of your pictures!
xoxo
SC

Jeanne said...

Donna, I love how you look at your grandchildren...looking thru a grandmother's eyes. He is so sweet and adorable and the intention in his look is so compelling. It is so nice when they plum tucker themselves out and such a nice feeling for us too...a peaceful home is the best kind of home :)

Jeanne xxx

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Donna Sweetie...
What a beautiful share today. I love this post, your little guy has the sweetest little face. Your photos are gorgeous and he is a keeper.

I love the little wheels you can see turning as he is working along. A little frown now and again, and then he was off to the races. So precious. Thank you for allowing me to visit as well. Love the grands. All 8 of ours keep us hopping.

Have a glorious weekend sweetie. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

yaya said...

That is their work Donna! He's a cutie and even though I don't get to see him often, I feel I know him and his personality already! But I'm with you on the tired part..guess that's a good reason to have kiddos when you're young!

Julia said...

Donna, you always leave such caring comments on my blog. Thank you so much, they mean the world to me.

Your photos tells a thousand words about how much you care for your little man.He looks so focus on figuring how things works. Wishing a blessed week. Hugs, Julia

becky said...

Adorable guy! I agree with him...play is a lot of hard work! So enchanting to watch them develop...

Donna said...

Awww, what a little cutie pie! Sounds like you had alot of fun playing!!

Vintage Linen Treasures said...

What a precious baby! He's simply adorable. And those cheeks! So chubby and kissable. What a blessing he is to you!
Patricia :o)

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Donna, he is just precious and it's wonderful that are reminded of your own children by what he does--Right down to being worn out! :-))

karen said...

Donna, he's just beautiful! How fun that you get to spend that time with him. I hate that my grandkid.ies are so far away and that I'm missing so much stuff! Just drink it all in and enjoy!

Lauren said...

Thanks for stopping by The Elephant's Trunk. I'm now following your beautiful blog :)

Farm Girl said...

Thank you so much for stopping by. You have a lovely blog and a very lovely family. Aren't babies the best. I enjoy my grandchildren so much. You have lovely pictures too.
Blessings to you,
Kim

Tamara Jansen said...

How adorable! Aren't grandkids just the BEST?!

Hope said...

ah....the essence of angels! what a beautiful grandchild

lovely post and your photo's are awesome.

Katherine ( Katie) Corrigan said...

Donna, I love this post, the photos, oh my I am grinning from ear to ear. I know sometimes it can be exhausting making wonderful memories. Hugs!

Katherine ( Katie) Corrigan said...

Donna, I added your blog to my favorites page today. I hope you don't mind. Please check it out. If you'd prefer I don't use your image. Please let me know. Hugs!

Kerri said...

What a cutie...those eyes! The last picture is so sweet!

Kat said...

He's absolutely precious! What sweet pictures!!!

Deb Shucka said...

What a cutie! And such a lucky little guy to be so loved and adored.

Darlene said...

What a darling little boy! It is so neat that you get to have him with you. I wish I had some babies close by. The great grandchildren are not quite two hours away, but somehow, we don't get over there as much as I would like and they don't come here much unless their Gandma (Sue) happens to be here. Plus, they really don't like me much. They never did for some reason, so I couldn't cuddle and play with them. I guess it was because they knew how much I really wanted to be close to them, and they are stubborn!!

It is great that you are taking such darling pictures of him too, because they grow up way too quickly.

Robin said...

Isn't it just wonderful how you can almost see the wheels turning in their minds? I used to love just watching Jameson and wonder what in the world was going through his head! He is adorable!