Introducing Scoop Neck Tees and Unisex Tanks — FIND OUT MORE
Currently unavailable for purchase
My grandson, Malachi in the protective arms of his daddy, Rase.
I’m posting in the hope that I will brighten your day just a little bit. I’m not a good photographer, I’m just someone who wants to bring a little joy.
Nicely done – imaginative and creative entry :)))
Thank you so much!! I knew as soon as I saw the challenge that I wanted to enter this photo.
– Susan Littlefield
What a wonderful candid shot! I remember being goose height. They can be pretty intimidating. A family treasure.
I could not believe the number of them that came literally running as soon as they saw the first morsel of food! After a bit, Malachi really got into it, laughing out loud as he threw the food for them. It was such a precious time!
A beautiful capture, so sweet.!
Thanks, Tracy…..one of my favorite times.
FAbulous capture to keep the memory alive Susan… wonderful shot… :)))
Thank you…yes, I treasure these moments, and love having the photo to remember it exactly.
This is a moment to remember! You, being the brilliant grandmother that you are, had brought a camera! Now it is a moment to share.
Thank you, Judy. This was truly a special time. And yes, being a grandmother is the BEST!!
Nice capture,…Their moving in for the attack,…Your grandson kid is staying close to dad,…
Thanks John. He was a little afraid at first, then he really had fun throwing the food to them.
This is adorable, I love this age, everything is a wonderment to them. He’s adorable!
Thank you, Viv! He really brings us joy, as do all of our grandchildren and great-grandchildren; life is so special with them!!
Thank you so much!
I think the Canadian Goose sneaking up in the background is the one you have to worry about!! Beautiful capture, Susan. I love the expression on Malachi’s face!
LOL…..they were all a little frightening, even for me!
Excellent in every way! I enjoy watching the little ones learning about the wonders of nature and feeling secure with a parent close at hand. Perfect entry.
Thanks, OC….I think I was as intimidated as Mal!!