Mar 9, 2009

Park








I took my son to the park this Saturday.



I just want him to be happy.
And I'm not looking forward to all the questions he might ask me later...or the answers I'll give him.
I wish I knew what was best.



I think he had a good time.
Thanks to my brother for the pictures.
I guess I need to buy a new camera.

12 comments:

.::~P~::. said...

OMG. did the page load properly or did the rooked pictures disappear?

He's a cutie! :) Take care.

Sarah's Blogtastic Adventures said...

The park oh how I miss the park! Come on Spring!!

Your kid is a doll!

Cat said...

He is getting SO BIG!

The Maximum Leader said...

Handsome boy you have there. Glad you had a good day with him. I got out in the yard and tossed a few baseballs with my brood.

HeartofGoldPlate said...

Seeing your kid gives me hope that maybe mine will have some hair soon.

He's adorable.

Sarah's Blogtastic Adventures said...

Yeah I;m still here...I really do have a life. I forgot to ask where all the naked lady pictures went? I was taking pictures of my kids feet this weekend (don't ask) and I thought about putting Rooked on them and sending you the picture, except there was no nakedness so wasent sure if that would fly : )

Just me... said...

Looks like he had a great time!!
It's amazing how a playground and some daddy-time can make them happy little campers!! :):)

Clay Perry said...

wow, your brother is the best photographer in the world, and so nice for sending you those pictures, he must be a great guy!

Just me... said...

And modest, too!! :)~

Purest Green said...

When was the moment when we suddenly felt that we should have answers to life's questions- to any questions at all. All we can do is go to the park. Try to have a good time.

The wee man is cute. Like the striped shirt.

Summer said...

Freaking adorable!

LADY ROOTS said...

Idren CS,

The only answer you need is uncompromising love for your son.

Today he is cute and compliant. Tomorrow, who knows? Love him thru the transitions; wobbling toddler, curious child, annoying adolescent, rebellious teen. Love him most when he is behaving badly. For every unanswered torment of your son's life, make sure the one constant he can depend on is your love.

Bless Up,
Lady Roots