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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Explaining and Bonding with Pap.

Photos were taken when my wife and I went to pick up our car in Baltimore. We left our children wtih my dad (Thanks a lot Dad). We took a few pictures before we left. I am glad that our kids get to experience bonding with my father. I had no such luck with my grandpap because he passed away before I was born.

Whenever our kids are at Dad's, he likes to wear his worn out shirt and pants with holes in them because the kids like to give him a hard time for it lol.

It's a joy to see your kids bonding with their grandparent. Too bad my Mom was not around anymore to enjoy their presence.
Champ stole a kiss from EJ's cheeks hahaha.

This is how our son looks like when he is seriously explaining something to us.

He gets frustrated whenever he wants to tell us something and we can't figure out what it is hehehe. I mean he can speak clearly already but due to his frustrations, he can't seem to accurately convey his message lol.
Have a great weekend everyone.

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Cecile said...

ej is cute no matter how his facial expression is :-); thanks for dropping by, joops :-)

gossip chick said...

Ej is really cute, and his facial expressions are so funny

Margaret Cloud said...

He looks so cute, and serious. He sure is growing fast.

JENIE said...

hahaha kids!

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Lorie Shewbridge said...

I get that same look when I can explain myself... It can be frustrating. Tell EJ, I totally understand. :-/

simchieinspires said...

Lovely bonding time. That's cool.

Have a happy SS... see EJ's side where lampshade invite us for her shadow.

Cheers...

Sylvia K said...

What fun shadow shots for the day, John! Looks like a fun day for them all! Hope you all have a great weekend!

Sylvia

fredamans said...

Awesome family fun!! Thanks for sharing!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

What beautiful moments between grandpa & grandkids! So much to be thankful for in those shadows!!

Gallery Juana said...

Sweet shots and your children are lucky to have their grandpa!

Patti said...

Nice to see your children bonding with your dad.

Happy weekend to you and your family. Thanks for stopping by.

Ralph said...

The things the grandkids will learn from grandpa is the want of learning, to work hard, and to hold commitments important. In their fun bonding, the will love and learn, it is so nice that you left your beauties with him for this time...

LDH said...

The pics with the kids and their Grandpop are so sweet. Looks like everyone is having an enjoyable time! I know how fun it is when our grandchildren come over.

Nice visiting with you today!

Riza said...

One of my fondest memory of my grandfather is when he comes home, and he's seated on his fave chair, I'd go up to his side and comb his head (he had few white hairs on his head!), he thinks it's funny.

Cassie said...

Adorable photos. Both my granddads were dead before I was born too. It was extra important to me for my 2 children to know my daddy (probably because I always felt that loss). Have a good week!

Carolyn Ford said...

Little ones climbing in grandpa's lap are such precious moments...beautiful captures!

Hey Harriet said...

These are very sweet family photos!

Guy D said...

There is nothing more important than family, very nice pics to say the least.

All the best
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Mars said...

Awww. I have never met my grandfathers.

Carin said...

Great pictures, thanks for sharing!

Prettymom said...

looks like the kids are enjoying every seconds while they are with their grand pop..happy weekend

Dianne said...

beautiful family!
I love the shot of Champ stealing a kiss :)

r u s s said...

Aww. How cute. Your son will have to wait a few more years. LOL. You have beautiful children.
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Jane ... said...

You captured moments to treasure as memories forever. Family time is so important and your kids will always remember their time with their Pap too. I found their shadows on the wall.

Stine in Ontario said...

Wonderful family shots. All keepers!

anne said...

hehehe nice bonding i hope my kids could have a chance to bond with their grandfather at my husband side.

January said...

They look so happy chatting with granddad.

Mine is here..

OWM

Sweet Repose said...

Love the puppy kisses on chubby cheeks!

JENIE said...

thanks for the visit. i need your advice on http://heniperrr.blogspot.com/2010/02/attention-what-do-men-say-about-your.html

hope to see you on the comment page;)

Ebie said...

Oh, grandpop is having fun too!These are great bonding moments!

judys424 said...

Your children are lucky that they can still enjoy being with their grandfather. :) Have a good week ahead :)

SASSY MOM said...

Just like you, I never got the chance to bond with my grandpap. My kids too have the same fate -- its only my daughter who bonded with granddads for a short time.

I am sure your dad enjoyed is as well.
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Uncle Lee said...

Hi John, what children need most are the essentials that grandparents provide in abundance.
They give unconditional love, kindness, patience, humor, comfort, lessons in life. And, most importantly, cookies.

Beautiful pics, John.
By the way, is that the Canadian Rocky Mountains in your blog header? Nice.
Have a nice day, Lee.

Uncle Lee said...

Hi John, I forgot, I had 2 grandfathers, 6 grandmothers. I guess old days no TV, ha ha....only place no relatives is Iraq and the Antarctic, ha ha, Lee.

ramblingwoods.com said...

Awww...cute photos..I used to love to spend time with my grandfather...

Jona said...

bonding time with grandparents are great! thanks for the visit!

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