Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - You Know You're A Farm Kid When...


You know you're a farm kid when your Dad gets a few loads of gravel dropped off at the farm and you think it's the best thing on Earth!

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20 comments:

Mom vs. the boys said...

i think that looks like a lot of fun too!

Nicole said...

Too cute! My son would be all over that pile of gravel too!

Christine said...

MVTB:
Okay, you got me! I climbed up the pile of gravel and hung out w/ Little One too! Couldn't resist! It was too much fun!

Christine said...

Nicole:
I guess mountains of gravel and mountains of sand are things kids just cannot resist! :)

MBA Mama said...

Ah, the gravel pile. And the straw pile. And the barn bridge hill. Oh, just the dirt everywhere...:)

OrangeHeroMama said...

ummm, no. I think ANY kiddo would LOVE this!!!

Tarasview said...

my kids would totally love that :)

Christine said...

OHM:
I believe you are right! ;)

Christine said...

Tara:
Come on over! We just got a few loads dumped on the farm. ;) Little One is in Heaven. She thinks it's the greatest!

Kathryn Lavallee said...

I remember doing this as a kid! Where have all the gravel piles gone? LOL

jMo said...

Sure, looks safer than some of the stuff we played on. Is that her boot sitting on top of the pile, lol. Where's Chance in all this?

Lisa Marie Fletcher said...

I'm pretty sure that's not just a farm kid problem! (But she sure looks VERY happy!)

My boys love piles! So fun! :)

Christine said...

Kathryn:
LOL! That's a good question! Oh, wait! I know! They're on our farm! LOL! ;) Hubs needed the gravel for our lane way and for drainage.

Christine said...

jMo:
Ha! :) Really? Well, now that you mention it, that doesn't surprise me! ;) Chance was playing there too. You can see him in the background in one of the photos. With his new haircut, he looks like Tramp from "Lady and the Tramp"!

Christine said...

Lisa Marie:
LOL! I think you're right! :)

Tammy said...

Love when they EXPLORE! Country living @ it's best!

Brattypants said...

Oh, the fun you can have with a pile of gravel!!! Love it!

Paula Schuck said...

These are gorgeous pictures!

Deborah Coombs said...

When I'm home this summer I'll look for the pictures of my brother and I doing the same thing when we were little :) I loved it when we got loads of gravel or soil delivered!

jMo said...

Aww, it looks like one of those poodle lamb cuts.

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