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Picture Tagged

I was tagged by Kim to post my 4th picture from my 4th picture folder. I was like, “Eek! What picture am I going to find?”
Scary. I know.
Turns out Caleb, my five year old, popped up on the screen. Adorable isn’t he? In this picture, Caleb’s all dressed up for school on a rainy day, raincoat and boots (notice the fireman motif?).
Want to play too?
Here are the rules:
1. Go to the 4th picture folder on your computer.

2. Post the 4th picture in that folder

3. Explain the picture.

4. Tag 4 more bloggers.
Since this is such a dangerous game (smile), I’ll leave it up to you to choose to play or not.

13 Responses to Picture Tagged

  1. Marcia says:

    What a cutie pie!

  2. C.R. Evers says:

    awwwwww! he is a cutie!


  3. Thanks guys! I think so too ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Lenore says:

    I followed the instructions and found a picture of an ad campaign I did!

  5. Kim Kasch says:

    Adorable-no firemen relatives?…

    Like an uncle or something, that he’s following in those heroic footsteps.

  6. Nandini says:

    He’s so cute, and he looks like his Mum too!

  7. Kelly says:

    What a cute picture!

  8. PJ Hoover says:

    Darling little guy!

  9. Shelli says:

    thanks for visting my blog ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Heidi Ayarbe says:

    Totally off topic: How does Caleb like living in Seoul? And is he learning to speak the language?
    Like I said, off topic. But he is adorable!

  11. Heidi- Well, it’s hard to really know because he’s lived here all his life. He was born in the States but we took him back here at 4 weeks old.

    Both boys love the US- you know groceries stores with all their favorite foods, parks, lots of space to run around in, relatives, big houses. So they have a real hard time leaving.

    Literally they ask when are we going back to Georgia or Florida at least once every other day. It’s annoying but sweet.

    But then if we were to move back to the States? Maybe they would want to go back to Korea! Who knows with kids.

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