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nela said…
o yes! there are moments i feel like him!
Kimmy said…
what an amazing face expression! Love it!
http://kimmy05098.blogspot.com/2011/09/this-moment_30.html
Kimmy x
SJ said…
This made me laugh so much, my boy looks exactly like that when he has chores to do but secretly he's fighting dragons and demons :)

Almost There - This Moment
So cute!! What a great face.

Our moment: http://www.matternfamily.com/2011/09/this-moment_30.html
Mary said…
He looks like he has made a game out of his chore. What a great imagination :)

http://allergiesandceliac.blogspot.com/2011/09/this-moment_30.html#axzz1ZQzcMZH0
greenishmonkeys said…
So cute! that is pretty much how I feel about mopping, too.
sparklemezen said…
Not to happy about doing his chores....
http://sparklemezen.wordpress.com/smz-this-moment/smz-this-moment-2/
Your son looks like me when I have to mop!! Not too happy about it!! LOL!! Thanks for sharing your moment with us. Don't you just love how this has given us all the opportunity to catch a glimpse into each other's life? Have a peaceful and safe weekend. : )

~ Wendy
http://Crickleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

(for my moment)
Shirley Ann said…
That is so funny! I totally get that feeling sometimes -LOL

Blessings
Shirley Ann

Our moment: http://bugsbeetlesandbarefootdays.blogspot.com/2011/09/this-moment_30.html
Jan said…
How great this is,bursting with angst, I feel the same about the mop.


http://jovanesphotos.blogspot.com/2011/09/friday-moment_29.html
Anna said…
Love this shot! I have a boy that is older now and he still gives me that expression when he is doing chores LOL.

http://othersideofanna5.blogspot.com/2011/09/friday-moment.html#more

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