Saturday, May 14, 2011

grateful for - peek a boo


      Those high pitched squeals of delight of such a simple game.

     Thank you Maxabella for letting so many of us meet and make new friends.

16 comments:

Miss Mandy said...

oh, my baby is just learning, his attempts to cover his eyes usually result in him covering his cheekys, hilarious isn't it.

Joni Llanora said...

I guess peek-a-boo has a special magic to it as you'll find it in almost any culture. I grew up to a version we call in the Philippines "Eat, Bulaga"

Simoney said...

Simple things are the sweetest.
Last week my kids rediscovered Hidenseek.
Fab.
x

(checking out Maxabella's links)
x

Me 'N My Monkeys said...

Loving your photo!

popping over from Maxabella Loves...

Leanne said...

very cute.

Muddled Up Mumma said...

Your post brought a huge smile to my face. My little one has just discovered peek aboo and I too love those little squeals of delight. Thanks for sharing.

Being Me said...

Oh very cute! Such a gorgeous time. I wish it never had to end ;-) (the feeling of delight at simple things, not the game... the game has to end eventually)

Kymmie said...

Oh, so adorable! I love this picture, and you're right. It's good to adore those high pitched squeals. They're priceless! xx

A Farmer's Wife said...

He is truly adorable.

Maxabella said...

Jill, he is such a poppet! Peek a boo is a permanent fave in our house. I will be sad soon as my littlest is getting a bit too old for it... then I guess I'll only have my husband to play it with !(!) x

Posie Patchwork said...

I always play peek a boo with little children i pass, i must have an animated face or my glasses, always get a smile, even from the shy ones, yet some mothers look at me in horror like it's demeaning. OMG, sorry, shally i recite Shakespeare instead & bore them?? Urgh, love your mothering style. Goodness, i still peek a boo my high schooler to crack a smile or give her a break from study, love it. Love Posie

Posie Patchwork said...

Oh just saw on Tai Tai blog you said you lived in Darwin for 5 years, we did too, on two postings for 6.5 years total & all 4 of our babies were born there. We used to use a crazy GP in Nightcliff, sure he's famous, barefoot in kaftans, the children would call him the witch doctor & he'd always say "you're so cute i'm going to eat them for dinner" lucky they're not scardy cats, he was bug eyed & loud. Love Posie

Cate said...

awwwww - those squeals are just the BEST aren't they??
have a great weekend
xxxCate

jodi said...

he's so sweet Jill x

Sandrine said...

Hi Jill this is such a great happy moment to enjoy, I love your green background so peaceful!
Have a nice weekend.
Sandrine x

nicole said...

he looks so happy.
we love peekaboo too! and it's good for me to be playful like a child too.
x