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Sunday, February 7, 2016

GGsons and sun light.







Hope these two don't end up being bank robbers.
They are always looking for doors to open up.
Looks like Max doesn't want Graham in but they 
both ended up getting into the TV cabinet.
LOL



Nothing lights up a Sunday like spending time with our 2 ggsons.

Max and Graham, especially with the sun shining into the room makes for a great Sunlit Sunday. 



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9 comments:

Jeannie Marie said...

That is so sweet! The little door even looks like a jail door albeit easy to escape from! So cute!

Cathy Keller said...

Delightful!! Happy Sunday!

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Very cute - looks like it could be a mexican stand-off too!
They do brighten up our lives in so many ways don't they!
Bless them all.
Shane

sunlit-and-inspired said...

Sweet! I'm sure they keep you running!

Uouo Uo said...


thx

تصميم مواقع




thx

شركة تنظيف بالرياض




thank you

حراج السيارات

September Violets said...

That's a cute shot, and I'll bet they played at that game for a while!
Wendy

eclectichomelife said...

hahaha, hope they don't either! Great shot of the two of them x

Pondside said...

Too cute! I don't think they'll be bank robbers - they're certain to be something, though, that requires persistence!

My Little Home and Garden said...

I chuckled at your bank robber comment. They are very cute little guys and must be the source of plenty of joy.

Karen