Sunday, June 24, 2012

A JJ Feast

A collection of various pictures of JJ from the last month or so from the oldest (you can tell by the jacket) to the most recent. My faves are the very last one of him looking so pensive at the poolside during a swimming lesson and the third last which catches his reflection as he lies on the dock looking into the water. You may note that three of the photos involve him climbing to some degree or other. In this, he is not like his grandfather. In fact, the lucky boy is not much like his grandfather in any way that I can think of.









10 comments:

Bernie said...

I cannot believe how JJ is growing up so fast. I loved his curly hair stage in fact I have enjoyed both your grandchildren, their stories and pictures very much. Thanks you and Cuppa for sharing.....:-)Hugs

Ginnie said...

Lucky, lucky little boy indeed !!! as are the grandparents.
The pictures are too cute for words.

Lorna said...

You've set that reflections photo up so nicely! I would have had my own reflection, with blue camera, right alongside the child.

JunieRose2005 said...

Love all of these, AC.

What a cute kid you have there!

You always get the BEST pictures!!

Junie

Diana said...

Great photos A.C. as usual you capture the mood very well!
Love Di ♥

RV Vagabonds said...

You've capture the "boyness" of JJ well. The dock reflection is my fave.

Donna said...

The Best photos are those we manage to catch when they are Not looking!Hahaa
These are terrific Ac! What a handsome man he'll be!
hughugs

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Growing up fast and into quite a good looking young chap, AC. But now I am confused as wasn't "JJ" referred to as "Zac" in previous posts. Maybe I missed one explaining the difference?

Hilary said...

Adorable! In the first image and the one of him peering over the dock, I can see his sister's expression all over his face. I never noticed such a similarity between them before. Beautiful boy.

Regenia said...

Wonderful snapshots of a handsome little guy! I definitely see a resemblance between him and his sister.

Are you, by any chance, creating "albums" for each grandchild? I would imagine that would be a real treasure for them in years to come.