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Thursday, March 12, 2009
This morning after our usual garden walk-through and discussions of "what are the white flowers called?" and "what are the purple flowers called?" the little one decided it was time to play our 'new, usual' game of hide and seek in the garden.
It was my turn to hide. My turn consists of ducking behind a shrub, tree, or plant and he counts to whatever he feels like at the moment. Sometimes it's a very high number just so he can leave me waiting longer.
Then he acts like he doesn't know where I am and takes a very long time to find me. As he saunters through the pathway he says outloud, "is Mimi under here? No, she's not under there... let's go see if she's over here"... all the while peeking over at my obvious hiding place where half my body is revealed.
Too much fun with my favorite 3 year old!!!!
Today I had camera in hand already... from our walk through the veggie garden earlier.
Something else was playing hide and seek right under my nose. He acted like he didn't see me either.
Works for me.