Wednesday, 4 March 2009

Well, someone likes it!

All this precipitate talk of Spring having sprung - we should have known better. If 'Let it snow' was on my iPod, I'd have added it. As it is, you'll have to make do with Charlie's delighted little gurgles. At least somebody seems to like it. 

25 comments:

  1. I bet he's not usually that quiet... He looks a dear little chap, anyway!

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  2. Charlie is such a sweetie, and that man outside looks soooo cold, while you are fortunately all cosy indoors! BBBrrrrrr!

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  3. I am seriously hacked off that the weather's turned cold again :-( Charlie is a gorgeous boy. x

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  4. We're currently digging ourselves out from our one and only snowstorm! My two little ones have loved it! Watching the snow fall kept them quiet and occupied for a good 15 minutes--it was heaven! But now we're all ready for spring.

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  5. We don't have snow [only one day this year whilst the rest of the country was going to the dogs] but cold and we again, my daffs don't know whether to stay or go back under. Lovely pic. look at the wonder on that face.

    Thank you for your visit to mine.

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  6. So precious! Feel like squeezing those little cheeks! He just reminds me how my big boy was when he was little. A big smiler as well. You must be such a proud daddy! Ciao. A. (i've decided I only put my initial from now on, just to be on the safe side!!!)

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  7. Great video!

    We didn't have snow but the rain bucketed down this morning in Paris.

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  8. That is so sweet! What a way to enjoy the moment!

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  9. He was quite spell-bound, Jinksy. You're right - he's normally quite noisy.

    As the song says, WoNI - the weather outside is frightful, but the fire is quite delightful. We were glad of it!

    I know, Kitty. Just when spring was just around the corner.

    That sounds quite dramatic, Dori. We've just had a few late flurries; nothing to stop traffic.

    He knows put how to put on the charm, Sue.

    That's the word, Moanie - wonder. He stopped what he was doing and went over to the window, pointing at the huge white flakes. He noticed it was snowing before I did.

    I am, C, I am. And rest assured, his cheeks get plenty of squeezes.

    To be honest, DD, I'd rather look at snow than rain. Charlie obviously agrees.

    I know, Ruth. And he can sometimes be a bit too cute, Cas.

    It wasn't even the first time he'd seen it, Bee. But it made an impact, for sure.

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  10. Are you sure that he was not looking at his reflection in the window?

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  11. Ah bless him. He's fasinated, and looking right up into the sky to see where it is coming from. Hope it doesn't head North though (might ruin my helicopter trip!!)

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  12. Oh he's such a sweetie - I love how fascinated they are with the snow - my Charlie loved looking out of the window while it came down too. Did it snow enough to go outside and play in? We didn't get any where we are today.

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  13. I bet he's wondering where it all comes from. He's so sweet.

    CJ xx

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  14. My 3 year old saw snow this year for the 1st time ever! Hardly ever snows here. Really nice weather here now, with a bit of a chilly wind. Charlie looks really cute!

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  15. So cute. You definitely got bigger flakes than we did.

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  16. We had snowflakes yesterday. I was most excited and ran into everyone's office to share the news...very few people were interested :( spoilsports.

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  17. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

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  18. Love the way those little eyes light up when there's snow about... mine are just the same. (children's eyes, not mine... or maybe just a bit!)

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  19. Is that the park in the background? we lived in Thorold Street for a couple of years, and I seem to recognise the view.

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  20. It is indeed, Dave. My word, it's a small world!

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