Tuesday, June 17, 2014

HANDSOME SON

I'm babysitting for a few days. 
My daughter-in-love is out if town. 
And this guy has to work. 
I'm pretty proud of him. 

13 comments:

Jenny Lynn said...

Sweetness in calling her your daughter in-love. Glad he has made you proud. Nice that you can help watch the children. That's the fun part of being grandma.

Stephanie Faris said...

Sounds like you'll be having a fun time! You should definitely be proud of your son.

Maggie M said...

Very handsome son and you have reason to be proud of him. Daughter-in-love...never heard that before but I am not at all surprised that such a loving thing came from you sweet Tauna. Anyone in your life is blessed. Enjoy those sweet grands...they grow up so very fast. Hugs

Julia said...

Your handsome son looks just like his dad don't you agree, except much younger. And look at that physique...
How lucky you are to babysit his kids. I know you'll enjoy it to the max.

Hugs,
JB

Blackberry Lane said...

I know you are having fun. You should be very proud of your handsome son.

RoeH said...

Hey - if only I was younger....well..never mind.

Nancy Face said...

It's great having grownup sons!

Kerin said...

You are a kind grandma, and I know you are a fun grandma too!!

Nice to have our kids grow up, and be great people!
Congrats on raising some great people!

Connie said...

Nothing like a man in uniform...makes me smile.

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

He is very very handsome and you have every reason to be so proud of him. I too am proud of him. Such a good father, husband and son.
Been trying to get over here for days to say hello.
Summer is just too busy.
Love ya
Maggie

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

He is very very handsome and you have every reason to be so proud of him. I too am proud of him. Such a good father, husband and son.
Been trying to get over here for days to say hello.
Summer is just too busy.
Love ya
Maggie

StitchinByTheLake said...

My brother was a policeman for many years. It's a noble profession but one that can scare a mother/wife/sister to death sometimes! I said a prayer for him today. blessings, marlene

Debby@Just Breathe said...

You should be very proud.