Your posts aways tell a story!The view from the house is probably mostly foliage although the lot is 180' deep so they may have a lovely back garden.
Cute kid! Hope he did not get too bored while waiting. :)
Sometimes it seems endless wait.
on peut imaginer une mere qui rassure so n enfant
I suppose they are covered...
I like this, including the poster in front of the kid.Hope it all went well!
Cool! I like this kind of shots.
I'd rather have ice cream with dad than wait for the Doc. I am back for a little while. hahaha!!! MB
I hope he didn't have to get a shot. That makes the waiting so much worse. I never told my kids that they were going to get a shot just so they wouldn't have to worry about it the whole time. Of course they didn't like the "surprise" either.
One can feel the nervousness of a doctor's waiting room, especially for a child worried about hypodermic needles.
Never a nice wait!
I love these 'I was right behind you' shots.
Hmmm. Waiting is never fun...unless you happen to have your spy camera in your pocket. :)
For me it's always a kind of anxious situation, so...good to see that restroom!Léia
I wonder if he has butterflies in his tummy.
This image really is fun to study...there is so much in the scene that tells a story. I even like the fact that the bathroom door can be solidly loced from the OUTSIDE. "Be afraid; VERY afraid!"
I'm a big fan of photos of the backs of the folks. They leave room for us to fill in the story. And there is enough here to set the stage. Nice work!
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