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I have a hose and I am not afraid to use it

I have a hose and I am not afraid to use it

June 27, 2007

What you talkin' bout, punk?

Posted by Chris @ 2:45 pm  

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Comments

  1. Diane says:

    “I may have to use both hands to pull the trigger, but I can still hit you where it hurts!”

    Too cute.

  2. Jen says:

    Where has your baby gone?

  3. Nicki says:

    I looked at a picture of my son the other day, and realized that he wasn’t a baby anymore. When I look at that picture of miles, I see the same thing!!

  4. Lori says:

    Those pruny little fingers are so precious! What fun!

  5. Jennifer says:

    My goodness, is that Miles? He’s so big! Wow.

  6. Wendy says:

    Your pictures really pop in the new format.

  7. Mama Bear says:

    The pictures themselves are gorgeous! (of course the adorable models help!)

  8. Dana says:

    Another perfectly captured, perfect moment.

  9. Missy says:

    When my now 7 year old boy was about 4 and my father was visiting for Christmas, they were both outside on our patio, enjoying a nice afternoon. My father was quietly reading the newspaper, my son playing quietly playing nearby. Suddenly and without warning, my little man picked up the hose and aimed it at my father (who was 73 at the time) and pronounced “You bad guy!” and completely soaked both Grandad and his newspaper. Then the little man ran. There was nothing else to do but help Grandad change into dry clothes and laugh. We still talk about that afternoon.

  10. The Veggie Vixen says:

    Is that your ‘baby’? He’s a little boy now. How did that happen?

  11. Carola says:

    oh my God, he is not a baby anymore…I know you know this, but this was the first thing I thought when looking at this picture. He is becoming a very handsome boy.

  12. jen says:

    At the risk of repeating everyone, Oh My Goodness - Where has your BABY gone?! That is so scary. But he’s such a cutie though - just like your other kidlets :)

  13. Genevieve says:

    omg that is a GREAT picture!!!!