Sunday, December 20, 2015

Great-Grandson Owen - Xmas Fun in Colorado


22 comments:

Blogoratti said...

What a delightful photo, he looks so happy. Greetings!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, a delightful capture it is indeed, Lowell!! I love it!! Hope you have a beautiful week and a joyful holiday!!!

William Kendall said...

How cute!

Linda said...

He is precious, Lowell! I love this photo! :)

Jack said...

Yikes! So far I only have one grandchild, a baby girl in Johannesburg. I hope she never wants to ride a monster machine like this one!

Kay said...

Whoa! Watch out. This kiddo looks ready for anything...and very cute!

magiceye said...

Sweetness!!

Taken For Granted said...

What a great photo. Your Great Grandson is having a wonderful time out on this four wheeler.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Lindo o rapaz tem futuro.
Um abraço e boa semana.

Laura. M said...

Very handsome that "great" conductor ♥ :))
I wish you a happy Christmas !!
A hug

Sharon Anck said...

What a cute photo! That is quite a big "toy" he's got and he looks very happy to be sitting there.

EG CameraGirl said...

What an adorable photo! They learn to drive very young in Colorado, don't they?

VP said...

An awesome 'toy' for a great kid!

Bibi said...

He's adorable and looks right at home.

cieldequimper said...

That's happiness!

RedPat said...

Wonderful, Lowell!

Gunn said...

Cute :-)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh now this Is adorable! Smiles. Just what I needed after the post above. Have a wonderful Christmas with family and don't get snowed in for too long (over Christmas week would be fun ... Actually I wish we were there this week (only) ;))))!!

Small City Scenes said...

Wow he is growing up. (as he should) The last pic I remember of him he was a baby. He is a handsome lad.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY
MB

José Mendonça said...

What a very cute shot, Lowell!

orvokki said...

Wauu... Does he really can drive this machine..
Very cute photo.

Kate said...

That is a pretty bi rig for a child his size or is it a toy for his parents?

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