Saturday, November 14, 2009

My Moment to Cherish

Here is the moment I cherished this morning when I walked out to the garage. I can't tell you how cute this looked. They were working on a project, using tools. He wanted the hard hats like he had seen at the Home Depot Store. He wanted the glasses, like at the Home Depot Store. You see, they had a kid's workday demonstration at the Home Depot Store when his dad took him there a few weeks ago. This Saturday morning he considered himself a pro, when it came to this construction project.

Together they worked on this new shelf project.

It was a moment to cherish, and cherish I will. I know you are thinking this blog has certainly become a" one subject blog" lately, and you are right. This week has been moving week for our daughter and son-in-law. Today is the official moving does it all make sense to you????

Wishing you a special moment to cherish, today!


Stacey said...

It just doesn't get much better than that!

Love the Decor! said...

Too cute!!
Oh I hope they aren't moving too far away?!

The Tiquehunters Wife said...

Thanks so much Judy! It was precious!
Blessings to You!
Claudia O.

Happy@Home said...

That is indeed a precious moment to cherish. I just love the hard hats and his little tennis shoes. I can just imagine the wonderful memories that are being made between the grandparents and grandchildren. So nice to have them captured in photos too. I am sure your daughter must have her hands full with new babies and a move. How nice of you to help her in this way. You are an inspiration to all of us. I hope all goes smoothly for them on moving day.

southerninspiration said...

those are two lucky men and you are a lucky lady to be able to witness it! How precious!


Melinda said...

What wonderful pictures ones to look at and enjoy for years to come.


Anonymous said...

That was a marvelous uplifting post. I so love to see children do things with their parent. That is the most perfect way to learn.

Christine said...

It pays to have your camera handy for moments like this.

Judy said...

Moments to cherish...for sure! And you captured the moment perfectly.

New babies and a move as well? There's never a dull moment over there! Hopefully the move goes smoothly...and there are many helping hands.

cottage farm villa said...

Oh Judy, what a beautiful moment! I look forward to moments like that in our future to cherish! Too sweet for words.

Tea with Tiffany said...

Moments are worth cherishing! These pics are precious.

Great to stop by again and peek in on you.

Have a great week!

It's snowing here today.

Tracy said...

That little guy is so precious! You can certainly see how much he loves his Grandpa. Glad you were able to witness this moment. = )
Thanks for sharing it with us.

LisaShaw said...

I enjoy ALL that you share especially photos of your precious grands!

I loved this post. Made me smile. I have a few things over here that needs some work done when the little guy is done he's welcome to bring his hard hat and tools this way. I'll make him some cookies for a hard days work :)

Love ya.

Charm and Grace said...

I am loving your blog. This post was adorable ... your pictures in these two posts reminded me so much of two of my children when they were little. The one of that little fellow all decked out in tools and helmet, especially. And the one in the post below with little girl with the curls and little fingers in the homemade playdough. What a precious family you have!


Empty Nest Full Life said...

How precious is that memory to cherish! Jackie

Brenda Leyland @ Its A Beautiful Life said...

Now THAT is a moment to cherish!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi Judy
Your grandson is adorable and it is so nice that you captured this sweet special moment in photos that you'll now have to treasure forever. Good luck to your daughter and son-in-law in their new home! I'm sure they appreciate all the help you and your husband have been giving them.

Love Being A Nonny said...

I cherish every moment with those little ones. Amazing how even the most simple things bring them joy...and it brings US joy too.


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