Back when the monster was small…


Thursday 01 October, 2015 by Uncle Spike

This was a few years ago now

When the kiddo was light enough to hold!

Taken on the roof – the best vantage point to inspect the trees.





15 thoughts on “Back when the monster was small…

  1. How’s Cousin Spike Jnr doing? Is he enjoying school, does his new school year start September?

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  2. I love the small bare foot. Don’t they all lose their little socks at this precious age? Sweet, sweet pic.

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  4. Wonderful image … love the socks and the cap!

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  5. dayphoto says:

    One sock on and one sock off! It’s so hard to keep them on wiggly babies. 🙂


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  6. And just having had a visit from the Sock Eating Monster, I see. 😉

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  7. Colleen says:

    Such a lovely age, photographs are great to look back on, they catch such stories and memories, they grow up so fast, one minute they are babies then in a blink of an eye all grown up!

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