Sunday, July 8, 2007

Summer Fun


When you are three years old, does anything scream "Summer Fun" louder than an inflatable pool?

Nope.

In there all day, fueled by nothing more than popsicles and pure joy.

12 comments:

Katie said...

Welcome to the pool club!

Katie said...

One more thing~~~~~if the bottom is too hard, try adding pine straw between the tarps (we use a large tarp and fold it in half, with the pine needles in the middle). That's what we do for cushioning. Just make sure that there aren't any sticks that will poke through~

learp17 said...

What a great pool! We got one of those when our older daughter was about 15 months old and enjoyed it for a few weeks before some neighborhood cat pierced the top layer. Maybe next year we'll get a new one - by then the baby will be old enough to enjoy it too.

Beck said...

That's so cute! We have a little inflatable pool with a built-in slide and sprinklers - fun enough to lure the baby's older siblings in with her!

missficklemedia.com said...

He looks so happy!

I like how you said that - "fueled by popsicle and pure joy"!

stilettoheights said...

I used to love little kiddie pools....now when I look at them I just think "butt soup" (only if it's little diaper wearing children in it)
now I can;t get past thinking "butt soup" long enough to sit in it for a minute.

I have issues, big issues.

Tracey said...

Popsicles and pools - wonderful!!!

Felicia said...

How awesome that kids still enjoy this kind of summer fun :)

Felicia
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zellmer said...

What a great pool! One of my pregnancy treats is popsicles. Grape is my favorite. I guess some of us never grow up. Now, I'll have to try eating one in our inflatable pool with the lil' one.

msbelle said...

We have been doing the same thing! Except instead of popsicles, it's been ice cream sandwiches and ice cream cake! We love the pool! Very cute guy you have there!

Christina said...

We did the same thing on Sunday - and we have the exact same pool!

Tricia said...

i'm sorry for your grandfathers' passing...mine was a farmere too.
that pool looks so fun!