In Which Huck Poses for a Flip Book

May 27, 2012 @ 7:31 am | Filed under: Family, Photos, These People Crack Me Up

I know I already posted one of these photos last week, but as I was telling Tanita in the comments, I decided the whole series of photos really has to be viewed in sequence. I took these spying on him through the sliding glass door. He kept walking up and down along the row of flowers, deliberately letting them whack him in the face. This is fun how exactly?


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  1. He is beyond adorable.

  2. Oh could he be any cuter?!

  3. My out-loud laugh brought Tech Boy over, who admired Huck tremendously. “Heh. Like that hair,” he said. “But, why’s he stickin’ his face in the flowers?”

    I suggest we ask him.

  4. I did ask, that day. His reply: “Me like taking mine walk.” Make of that what you will! :)

  5. P.S. I think my favorite is the perplexed look he gives the flower in the fourth photo. As if he’s asking it, “Why do you keep smacking me in the face?”

  6. I would just love to know what he was thinking. He really is such a cute little boy. I adore his curls and chubby cheeks.

  7. Endlessly adorable. And those flowers! Beautiful! So lush and bright and maybe they’re not smacking him in the face, maybe they’re kissing his scrumptious cheeks.

  8. You can see what an untidy gardener I am. Overgrown grass, overflowing flowerbeds…weeds galore, though the photos didn’t capture them…basically, between my inconsistent habits and my deepseated longing for wild spaces, I wind up growing meadows.

  9. So cute!

  10. He is to die for.

  11. No, that’s the whole point, I *love* untamed gardens, overflowing flowers, wild spaces. And I love weeds, they are only lacking a pretty name to validate them. Would you be angry with me if I also mentioned the old wooden structure behind Huck – I love it too! The weedy edge. The glimpses of pink. It’s so very charming.

  12. Who needs tele when kids are this entertaining? So much fun!