Very adorable photos! I bet there was a bubbly bath right after dirt therapy! Ha ha
Yep, you guessed it! ;)
LOVE it! I also love that you used bale twine to tie them... we use that stuff for all sorts of things in the garden. Baby girl looks SO happy to be playing in the dirt and those little creases on her wrists and ankles make me crazy! You must kiss her all day long... how ever do you handle the distraction of an adorable baby to play with? As I've said before, I'd never get ANYTHING done with such a sweet little darling to play with and cuddle :)
:) She loves playing in the dirt, or doing whatever it is I'm doing, really! And she was very helpful, only decapitating one tomato plant ;) You will soon get nothing done too, I predict, when your first grandbaby arrives at the end of the year!!
Bless you for letting your baby play in the dirt! The tomatoes are looking well. Growing any varieties you find extra special?
I'm excited for the Amish paste - our first time growing it! I have high hopes for plentiful pizza sauce and ketchup :)
Since I am much more of a fan of processed tomatoes than raw tomatoes I am enthralled with Pastes. I've not seen Amish Paste yet though. And as I so love the Amish, too, perhaps it would be perfect for me!
Cute pics of the baby in dirt!
Dirt therapy is the best kind!
I do so love pics of kids playing in the dirt...and your pics are truly magical Jaime! Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog today...so good to not be alone in the Mumma thoughts!!
Love that baby girl likes to help mama with the garden chores! :) I'm going to get a little dirt therapy today myself.
Love it when they help with the gardening - playing in the dirt is the best!
I always say if your not dirty your not having fun! My 4yr old grandson loves this.Coleen
So true! :)
Maybe her playing in the dirt. Is telling you that she will in the future go into a career that is hands on?