Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Little Explorer

My parents came to stay with us this week to help out with Noah and Grayson because Taylor had to go back to work. This afternoon, Noah wanted to take them to show them the creek where he and Taylor play in the woods behind our house. He is such an adorable little explorer.

All decked out in his hat and sunglasses, he was ready to go. He showed Nana and Papa (sort of) the way out through the woods and to the creek. He walked through the water and over the slippery rocks (with a little help from Papa) like it was nothing.

And what could be better than a rock to throw and a handful of mud?

One thing is for sure. He is all boy. And it looks like he will be a great little exploring buddy.


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