... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
Well you are ahead of us and I"m thinking your photo takes the prize. What a fabulous shot Julie. I love those precious chubby hands!!V
Love the over the shoulder view of this one with the bright-colored construction in the background. Oh, and I do concur with your comments regarding construction vs. destruction...Bises,Genie
it-s a beginning here many children have a brittany name
Yes, a beginning, Bergson.And yes, the links between Wales and Brittany are strong and go back thousands of years. It somehow does not surprise me to find the name 'Nolwen'.
Terrific theme day post. It's good seeing so many different interpretations of the theme.
I see she's applied a bit of slobber for extra pliability - obviously possesses superior problem-solving skills.
Sometimes the point of construction is to get to the destruction... it can be just as fun!
True! There's no such thing as a finished product.Lovely light over those smoothed out toddler-knuckles.
I agree with Virginia Julie, beautiful, soft gorgeous image. So much more appealing than bricks and steel! I can't believe a month has passed already since you helped me to get organized for my first theme day post.Thank you so much and I have to say looking at your photos first thing in the morning is really inspiring.Best wishesGrace
Delightful photo, Julie. When I see plump little baby-hands like that, I just want to kiss them. Children are only tiny for such a short time.Wonderful to watch the learning process, though, isn't it? And to contribute to it is sheer pleasure.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
I like the way you usually have a very different take on the theme.
Great interpretation Julie. Have a great month. P S I have had lots of technical issues lately but it is a yes to that email pick a date, time, place (Melbourne would be great) and I will try to be there with the Aussie Bloggers.
The joys of grandparenting - helping a child to construct its world. Great idea and beautiful shot.
This reminds me the long happy moments spent bulding something with 'Lego' (and destroying it in a moment thereafter).
Lovely interpretation fo the them. Ma has a way of showcasing her favourites. I notice it is the high tech stuff capturing her interest.
wonderful take on the theme, julie!
Julie a wonderful capture of the theme day.
Very nice take on the construction theme. Bravo!
I love this! I went to CDP expecting to see a lot of roadwork and construction signs but people like you are SO clever!! :)
Very good interpretation, Julie.
Superb!Lovely choice of image for today`s theme day image.I like this little hand.....
A beautiful image. Says it all. Perfection for theme day - for any day, come to that. I love the angle from which you've taken this shot.
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