That's sweet. I miss those days.
Do you want to help me clean up? ;) Seriously though, thanks for the reminder that I will miss her mess one day. Jo :)
Ha! Why is the cleanest room always the most attractive? One of life's mysteries huh?!Kate Just Pirouette and Carry On...
Thanks to that little one, we rarely have a clean room, Kate. ;)Jo
Great Idea! the second one is amazing ,love that Place :)xoxo
Thanks. We enjoyed a little end-of-winter (we hope) walk. :)
You mean they don't grow out of setting up shops everywhere?! When my 8yo was little he used to set up a rubbish dump. That meant EVERYTHING he could find got tipped in one pile in the middle of the room. Took me hours to clean up.I've given you a bloggy Liebster Award thingy :)
Love the bridge picture!!
It's a good thing that your daughter appreciates a clean room :) and also she's spending time with you (as opposed to playing alone in her bedroom). I realized yesterday that I need to get my spring jacket on too!! Nice contemplative shot of your son. Wendy
So cute! We should all appreciate a clean room and toss our winter coat! Love it! xx
I love this series (it is a series, right?). I love how the photos, playing off each other, seem to be telling a story. Contrast. Each child unique. It's lovely. Lynaea @ EverydayBloom.com
Cracking up at how your kiddo goes straight for the clean room... LOL. Beautiful photos, the one of your son is frame worthy. :)