Wordless Wednesday: Water On The Ground

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  1. Natalie says:

    *squee* The little watering can…the little baseball cap…the little little. I love everything about this picture.

    He’ll be cuttin’ the grass in no time. Child labor: the REAL reason we have kids ;oP

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    Amy Reply:

    He tries so hard to water. So hard. Mixed results.

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  2. awwwe absolutely adorable. So wonderful to inspire such love for gardening and growing things at so tender an age. Happy WW

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    Amy Reply:

    Happy WW to you too! Thanks for stopping by.

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  3. What a great little helper! You know it could worse. It could be red juice on your white carpet. ;) lol By the way, I love his hat. That is adorable!

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    Amy Reply:

    He loves watering. Normally himself, but sometimes the plants.

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  4. Danielle says:

    I agree. What a great little helper! He could come water my plants, or ground, any day! Happy WW!

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    Amy Reply:

    Happy WW to you too! Thanks for coming by. He loves to help, even more so when it involves water.

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  5. anna says:

    love this pic! kids are the best helpers :)

    ~ anna

    http://www.randomhandprints.com

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  6. Suzanne says:

    At least he’s TRYING to get it in the plant. I feel most toddlers would just dump it on their head. Or YOUR head.
    p.s. I am buying Spencer a new hat.

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    Amy Reply:

    We’ve been looking for a new hat. He is very attached to this one though.

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  7. Cole says:

    What a great helper!

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  8. He looks like the coolest litte helper and he seems to be taking great to care to make sure he does a good job…

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  9. Rebecca says:

    We are sitting under 4 feet of snow and you’re watering plants??

    *sad face*

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    Amy Reply:

    At least he isn’t in short sleeves… It has been in the 70s here. I try not to make my WWs to taunting to those in colder climates.

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  10. Is this any indication of what potty training will look like?

    And yes, that is just how my daughter does it too (watering plants, that is!)

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    Amy Reply:

    If this is what potty training looks like, I am doing that outside, too!

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  11. so precious! taking care of his flower friends. (:

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    Amy Reply:

    He loves the watering can most all. We try and at least put the water dumping to good use.

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  12. keep encouraging that yard work is fun! so when it is time for grass cutting, he will jump for joy! too cute :) thanks for a warm weather pic, helps thaw my bones a bit ;)

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    Amy Reply:

    We have to start the training young, lol.

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