Thursday, January 27, 2011

no words needed ~ JOY








[these are from our Australia day BBQ ~ Harry enjoying a TIM TAM.. I get joy out of his JOY! - it was funny to watch]...

18 comments:

mxtodis123 said...

Look at that face! Such precious photos. Whatever a Tim Tam is, he obviously loved it. You are so blessed.
Mary

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Very cute! We can buy Tim Tams now in Canada, hooray! For many years (until quite recently), they were a rare and exotic treat that we could only get if someone brought back a package from Oz.

Cottage Tails said...

Aww finger licking good!

Love Leanne

Beatnheart said...

What’s a Tim Tam? Funny rubber Bib....ha ha we don’t have those here
either. Beautiful Child..

Janet said...

Adorable! He has the most beautiful eyes.

rebecca said...

yes...this is simply
jOy!!!!

xoxoxoxoxxo,
rebecca

Meri said...

What a lovely, luscious little mess! Neck nuzzling optional. . . at least until after clean up.

Joanna said...

Absolutely precious. It reminds me of photos of my son at about the same age. He's 22 now.

Joanna said...

Absolutely precious. It reminds me of photos of my son at about the same age. He's 22 now. Still don't know what a tim tam is.

Noelle Renee said...

He is an angel. Wonderful photos! I saw them and could not resist. It lifted my heart so.
xoxo,
Noelle

Pam said...

I can see you in Harry, and don't tell me you've never experienced a Tim Tam, just like the last photo tells it!

Kim Mailhot said...

chocolate and babies definitely= joy big time! so sweet !

Stephanie said...

no words needed INDEED!!!

x..x

LauraX said...

complete bliss I'd say!!!

Eryl said...

Joy indeed! I haven't had a Tim Tam for years, they used to be a favourite of my son but he's a grown up now.

gemma said...

Harry is precious. It is joyful to me to see your heart filled to overflowing with joy.

deb did it said...

awww..I wanna jump right in there!!! YUMMIE!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

it tastes good
finger-lickin’ good
sticky jam


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