I wonder what he did. And to be honest, he doesn’t seem to be listening. I think he’s planning his next misadventure. Photo taken in Kensington Gardens.
TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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Yup, you can tell he’s a boy – in one ear and out the other LOL!! How many days in the countdown now TBM????
Less than two weeks now!
Sooooo exciting 🙂
Just as you have commented on the photo… “Finish up here Mom.. I got worse things to do…”
I bet it’s hard to keep up with him. I love it!
Priceless!!! Absolutely priceless. Planning his next big misadventure!!!
I hope he didn’t get into too much trouble later in the day.
You are right—-his eyes are on the next prize :-). Cute photo.
I love his enthusiasm.
The guiltier they are…the less they can look at you.
Good tip. I think that’s true with adults as well.
He’s about to make a run for it to go and scare the ducks!
And the people. this was last summer and it was crowded as can be.
Lovely capture, TBM. Mum’s trying hard, isn’t she?
Yes and she was trying so hard not to lose it.
He looks like he’s ready to dash away just as soon as she let’s him go!!! 🙂
Yep, the shutters have come down and he’s there in body only. I know that look only too well. Frankly, the attention span is relative to the length of your little piece! The longer the speech, the less chance that any of it is actually heard!
Yep, short and simple. That’s how I handle The Better Half–just kidding.
A lovely moment.
Children are wonderful.
I love moms who get down to eye level and have a discussion with them.
She was patient with him
You have definitely captured a moment!
His antics were cracking me up.
lovely photo. i remember those conversations well, knowing the words were wafting in the win like a lost balloon. good memories.
It’s actually an adorable photo, though!