Tuesday, 13 January 2009

Rain Dance

I was absolutely ready to leave mum's house this afternoon but just we stood on the footpath for a minute to have a little sticky beak at all the emergency vehicles and tow trucks attending an accident near by (seriously people, the road is slippery, SLOW DOWN)
Then I turned around to see Dragon half way up his boardies in a puddle. That's okay we'll take his pants off to go home... then he leans over so his little body is horizontal but still not in the water..... and he splashes.

He's soaking so mummy says, okay, why not, have a play, get wet, you can go home in just your duds. This is the fun that followed...
They call it Grannysaurus' swimming pool
Drowned Rat #1

Wriggly Drowned Rat #2

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love comments too!!!!

    Looks like your kids had a blast. So glad you got pictures. Boy I know mine would have LOVED it if I would let them do that. Maybe when spring/summer rolls around here. Right now it's freezing and the weather at the end of the week is supposed to be so cold. It hasn't been this cold since the 1960's...supposedly that's what the weatherman said. Gee, I can hardly wait! (said with scarcasm) :)

    Thanks for sharing & thanks for visiting.

    Much love from NJ,
    Sue

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  2. OMGosh! Now THAT is a mud puddle! HOLY! What a cool mummy to let the boys jump in the puddles :)

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  3. Yup, that sure is a puddle. A bit like the one from the Vicar of Dibley which is so deep Geraldine can hide in.
    The boys sure look like they had a great time.
    Hope your cubby didn't get too blown away in the cyclone.

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  4. Sooo! Cute! Love kids and water. Wow it is weeettt there.

    So which boy has Mummies eyes and which has Daddy's?

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