Wordless Wednesday: Trike Tot

It’s Tuesday, I know. And this is going up super early, but I like to post my linky in the afternoon for the earlybirds and this afternoon and evening are going to be crazy. Just thought I would so a simple boy and his toy post today. Going to be a lot of backyard photos this year as I keep working on manual. He plays and I snap away, with occasional drawing and tag interludes.

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14 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Trike Tot”

  1. Suzanne says:

    This reminds me I need to go outside and practice manual too. I’ve been too lazy to try recently, but you’re obviously having a lot of success!


  2. Those toys are so cute! Is that supposed to be an airplane trike?


    Amy Reply:

    That’s a plasma car in the background. The steering wheel makes it go and there aren’t any pedals. It’s super fun.


  3. Looks like the little guy has a lot to keep himself busy.


  4. Honey Mommy says:

    Hooray for kiddos that can entertain themselves!


  5. What a handsome lad! Thanks for sharing


  6. Run DMT says:

    It good to stretch and grow and practice taking photos in manual. I need to do that too. That’s a good goal for the summer.


  7. AP Mommy says:

    Adorable kiddo! :) Great job finding the time to practice manual – the photos I linked up are some of my latest efforts in practicing too. Thanks for hosting!


  8. posh says:

    Looks like a fun time.

    Have a great WW!


  9. Camille says:

    So cute! That other trike-like thing next to him looks neat.


  10. Tiffany says:

    I love his smile! He looks so happy.


  11. Evidence of what kind of photographer I am: it took me a minute to figure out what you meant by “working on manual.” This is one of those occasions when I need the word “duh” to have more syllables in it for emphasis. :)


  12. Leah H. says:

    What a super smile:) He surely like it…

    Visiting for WW- hope you can stop by:)



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