Very, very cute. He is a real climber and will love to be at a park with a good set of playground slides and ladders this summer.
You have some plans for the cute imp! Mount Everest indeed!
Well, the most evident theme can be spelled out in 4 letters: C U T E !It's quite apparent that a climbing wall in the future of your living room.When my youngest was 3, I walked in the kitchen to find that her older sister had opened the refrigerator and she took advantage of those "steps"...and was trying very hard to throw her leg over the top of the fridg. I have no doubt that a few seconds later she would have been standing on top of it. SWAMPY
Nope...I'd say, M-o-u-n-t-a-i-n-C-l-i-m-b-e-r....Hahaaa...hughugs
As for your questions at my place, I'm assuming I'm your same 'ole Swampy. Your sign in doesn't have the "URL" option, so it uses my "typepad" identity instead of letting me sign as SWAMPY.aka: SwampwitchNow, after all that garble, you figure it out,lady, most of the time I don't even know who I am...
If Carolina is spelled C-O-L-O-R-A-D-O, then it's the same Swampy...I have not been blog visiting for a loooong time, but months ago, we commented on each other's blog periodically.
Oh I remember when my grandson Jack started to climb everything! What is it with boys climbing on everything! Cute photos AC! Love Di ♥
Everest may be a little tame for him, AC. He sure does have a twinkle in his eye! Adorable.
I'd say very cute and all boy... why is it that boys have to climb everthing.....:-) Hugs
I would say 'Keep the bandaids handy'!He sure is a handsome young monkey.
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