18 December 2009

Flower Power



Josh practicing his kung fu moves… with Gerber daisies as props.
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By the power of Gerbera…
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Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy your last-minute Christmas shopping!

18 COMMENTS:

Alicia said...

These are great pictures!! I just love the colors!!!

sunnymama said...

Cool! :)

Mass Hole Mommy said...

HAHA!! These are cute pics!! My son is always doing "karate". LOL.

Blia said...

LOL! Very cute! It's amazing how creative little boys can be.

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

Josh is pretty impressive even with the daisies! Good for him for practicing his moves. I'm sure they are having so much fun with the family there.

Yelena R. said...

How cute! Have a happy weekend as well :)

smiles4u said...

Oh goodness, how sweet is Josh?! Have a good weekend as well! :) XX Enjoy the time with your parents!

Lindy said...

HA! Kung Fu and flowers - couldn't think of a better combination myself! :)

jen@odbt said...

What was that cartoon? He-Man. Love his expressions!

Nezzy said...

What a powerfully determined face the little Power Ranger has on his face. Precious!!!

Ya'll have a powerfully blessed day!!! Heeeheehe!

Menopausal New Mom said...

Where was he? A restaurant?? Too funny, bet the others were well entertained. Too cute!

Helene said...

He cracks me up...he's so serious about it!!

Elle Bee said...

This is hilarious!! The perfect mix of roughness and sweetness.

Heather said...

You get the greatest shots of your children exhibiting their amazing imaginations, love it, brought a smile to my face! Happy holidays to you and your family!

Mommy Is Green said...

Truly hilarious! Really.

Carey-Life in the Carpool Lane said...

So, so, so cute! I love that kids have such great imaginations and can improvise with anything!

ModernMom said...

So adorable! Would be a great commercial for a florist!

Mom of the Perpetually Grounded said...

What a cutie! Bet he'll make a great husband someday. Protective and sensitive!

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