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Little Miss Hard To Impress

Today the kids I got all bundled up and went outside to play in our barely-there snow.  Big Buddy spent most of the time pulling Little Lady around in her sled.

he adores her :)

He worked really hard at making it fun for her - going at different speeds and jabbering away the whole time.  Once in awhile she would reward him with a small smile,

you can see the corners of her mouth lifting up a little

but for the most part she just sat their stoic.

"is this all you got" 

If it wasn't for the fact that she cried screamed every time he stopped we would of never guessed she enjoyed it so much.


  1. Can I follow u on Facebook? Do u have a page there?

  2. I fear that 30 years from now the Little Lady will be telling Big Buddy's wife how much she adored him all through childhood, while Big Buddy eavesdrops with astonished disbelief...

  3. Aw how cute! And she looks SO adorable all bundled up :)

  4. Haha. This is adorable. I hate when you're making a fool of yourself and the baby is just not impressed. Happens to me all the time with my nieces.

    See Me Rwar


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