Wednesday, March 5, 2008

WW #3: Making Friends














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20 comments:

Shannon said...

Great pictures of kids at play. Is there anything more precious? I looked at the pictures and thought "That looks like central Texas." scrolled down a little saw the water feature at the botanical gardens and knew I was right.

stolenshots said...

Great captures of the little angels, Weng!

lareine said...

it's nice to be kids again --- carefree, no inhibitions, just enjoying life for what it is :)

♥Shabem-®♥ said...

The freedom to play is what I love in my childhood years.
Great shots!

meeya said...

by the end of this pictorial baka naman isang dosenang kids na ang kalaro ni abby? hehehe! kids are just so social, nakakatuwa. :)

SandyCarlson said...

How's that for awesome! A loving mother at a safe distance makes such moments possible.

The Mama Bear said...

What a wonderful motage of photos showing the progresion of children coming together in play, very nice WW this week. Mine is up.

the teach said...

Absolutely adorable, Munchkin Mommy! Glad you had the forethought to catch each photo! :D

Munchkin Mommy said...

Hi Shannon! I love seing my daughter, Abby, interacting with other kids. You're right, it's precious! These were taken at Brushy Creek Lake Park here in Austin. How'd you know?! :D

Hi Stolenshots! Thanks for the compliment! :D Hee hee!

Hi Lareine! I know exactly what you mean. I look at them and think they're so blessed that they don't have to worry about the world just yet. :)

Hi Shabem! I'm glad there are many parks and playgrounds here where Abby can play while we keep watch at a distance so we don't cramp her style. Hahaha! Thanks for the compliment! :D

Hi Meeya! Hindi na umabot sa isang dosena yung mga batang kalaro ni Abby. Apat lang sila. Hahaha! :) Natutuwa nga ako at hindi naging shy si Abby. :D

Hi Sandy! I was able to take these shots from a distance because it was actually my husband who was watching my daugther at a closer range. Hahaha! ;)

Hi Mama Bear! I only realized I captured the progression when I was downloading the pictures to my computer. And I have to tell you, I was very pleased with myself. Hahaha! ;)

Hi The Teach! I wouldn't have been able to do this at close range. :D The kids would have felt self conscious. Hee hee! I was just clicking away while I sat on my mat. :D

Jennifer said...

So cute!
Happy WW!

Robyn Jones said...

Looks like the kiddies are having fun! Looks warmer then here too...LOL!

MmeHaydee said...

Great pictures, you can never go wrong with kids on it. Love the whole setting. It's fun to be a child (again).

Bottles Barbies & Boys said...

Aren't they precious, great shots!

soapb mom said...

What a fantastic series of photos!

Kids are wonderful, no?

Happy WW!

Jan Parrish said...

What a cutie! Love it.

Heart of Rachel said...

That's so sweet! It's nice to see children having a wonderful time.

Killlashandra said...

That's cute! I love how the girls all decided to play together. It's nice to see kids playing together rather than arguing about who gets to go next down the slide...

maiylah said...

that's so sweet! :)
precious moments ...

Munchkin Mommy said...

Hi Jennifer, Robyn Jones, Mmehaydee, Bottles Barbies & Boys, SoapB Mom, Jan Parrish, Rach, Killlashandra and Maiylah! Thanks for taking time out to visit. I'm glad you liked my WW entry. See you next week!...or maybe Monday for WS? Hee hee! Cheers y'all!

Shannon said...

I lived near San Antonio for the first 37 years of my life then my husband took a job overseas and now I live in Jakarta. The trees and limestone in the bottom picture just scream central Texas.