Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Wordless Wednesday - Fun in Georgia Red Clay

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20 comments:

tegdirb92 said...

that looks like so much fun!! Happy WW.

Pearls of Wisdom said...

How cute! It looks like fun! Happy WW.

Angel Mama ():)

Jen said...

good for kids to engage in "messy" play

Mz Jackson said...

Hey, we've got some of that red clay here in Oklahoma, too! Have a great WW.

Monkey Giggles said...

I bet ya this little one had red clay where it is not suppose to be. haha

Great picture...

nana said...

Lauren, the red clay matches your beautiful hair. xoxoxoxo

Janie Hickok Siess, Esq. said...

Hehehehehe . . . sometimes it's just that basic, isn't it?

Kelly said...

Red clay...good clean fun! Great picture, love the colors...

MorningSong said...

Now that looks like fun! So sweet.

Happy WW

Dana said...

Precious. I think kids need a lot more of that than we often give them. Just sitting outside where there appears to be nothing to do.

Crazy Working Mom said...

Heh heh heh...I love this one. That is too cute. :)

Have a great WW.

Tammy said...

Who needs those expensive toys when sitting in nature will do?
And I love all that endless clay color all around...very cool!

Dan said...

Looks like he's having fun.

Mrs Wibbs said...

Very gorgeous picture!! I love the matching hair and clay :) And the hints of fun on her face too...

anyhowblogs said...

How fun it was when you were a kid. Anything could be turned into fun!

Jammy said...

Precious ;-)

Jenn

Cat is my copilot said...

that clay looks so similar to the red clay in western australia! your child is beautiful--he'll have to be careful as he grows though with skin that fair. otherwise his face will be as red as that red georgia clay!

PinksandBluesGirls said...

Love the coloring in this photo! Great shot!

Happy WW!

Jane, P&B Girls

Ali said...

Kids love dirt don't they? Looks like he had a lot of fun!

Nicki Mann said...

I used to live in Colorado where they also have reddish dirt in many areas. I used to use it to tie-dye T-shirts sometimes!