Mmmmm foccacia dipped in balsamic and olive oil . . ., and no mom, that is not my phone ringing . . . I turned it off . . .
. . . turning phone onto vibrate . . .
Put your phone away before we get into trouble.
Trouble, Shmouble, Mom, Don’t you think my new ring tone is the coolest?
Hmmm . . . gotta call the guys.
Hey dudes! We’re Having dinner with the parents – so, where’s the party tonight?
That is adorable, love the commentary!
soon enough, that won’t be just a post on a blog... ;)
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Those boys have sure got the moves down pat. Adorable.
Very funny! Lovely photos and great commentary. I miss those years laughing at the darnest things kids did!
LOL!!! I love this post..so cute!!!
Those two are so cute!CH
hahah anita you're so clever! I absolutely love this! best thing i've seen all week!-Miia
These photos are so sweet and funny. I love them!
Anita...not to seem lost here..but are these your children...or your sister, Elisabeth's? My granddaughter is so enamored of cell phones..and purses. She hitches her purse up on her shoulder like any self-respecting woman would do it..but she's only two which just kills me. You've captured the fun of little boys at the table so perfectly! It brings back so many memories of my FOUR little boys. Rebekah, my daughter, was a little gift of femininity in an otherwise ALL-Male house. She's so accustomed to antics like these that she's decided she only wants boys when she has kids. Too funny! But these photos show why...boys are so Fun!Great 'captions' too. They made me laugh out loud. :o)x0Donna
William, the dark haired one is my sister, Elizabeth's son and the other fair haired Noah, is my boy.
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