I showed these photos of my kids to a colleague and she said in disbelief "You let your kids play in the leaves? Do you know how much dust is in it?" I told her that my kids enjoy it and that a little dust won't hurt them. What matters to me is the fact that they can enjoy what mother nature has to offer. I personally think that this is better than letting your kids just sit in front of the TV or playing games. This is a good exercise for them both physically and emotionally.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
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Very true, mommy! You can never go back to the time they were kids. And these experiences can teach them a lot of lessons. :)ReplyDelete
Nice collage and snaps. Lovely kids.ReplyDelete
Yes, I don't think there is something wrong with letting kids play with leaves or get dirty once in a while. I pity your colleague, she must be very over-protective with her kids..ReplyDelete
thats cool. kids for sure had a blast. If we have that here most probably i'd jumped on it too and have fun like kids do heheheheReplyDelete
you are right. The pictures are very funny and touching. Linking again from my blog: willyouhearfromme.blogspot.com. My entry: The kingdomReplyDelete
Cool photos,I also let my kids play on the pile of leaves.This is part of being kids.as long as it is in your yard and you know it is safe and no snake then go ahead let them play,the heck with dirt.ReplyDelete
whahaha.....at talagang may mag react...lol! they'll take a shower naman after playing, so a little dust there won't affect them...:)ReplyDelete
full of memories tong mga pics na ito.
funny pics! :)ReplyDelete
As they say, a little dirt never hurt anybody!ReplyDelete
A little dirt never hurt anybody :)ReplyDelete
Really lovely pics, apt for the season!ReplyDelete
Collage is nicely done... and the last picture is stunning.. :) Good shotReplyDelete
Kids are just being kids and something like this really makes them happy. As long as it does not endanger them it is just fine for me.ReplyDelete
I agree! :P Besides, you only get to do things like these once in a while, and a little dust won't hurt anyone, as long as you clean up after. :)ReplyDelete
I agree! a little dust never hurt anyone as long as you clean up after, and you only get to these things once in a while.. :)ReplyDelete
that's so true, sis. your kids are so lucky they can play outside and are able to enjoy what mother nature has to offer. my kids would really love to play in those leaves!ReplyDelete
here's my share:
Your photo collages are wonderful. I especially like the last photo, so beautiful.ReplyDelete
I also let my kids play with the leaves and I don't find something wrong with it. It's just a matter of hygiene instilling to the kids.ReplyDelete
I saw na naman a photo of your kids playing in the Autumn leaves!!! Great shots!ReplyDelete
Fantastic autumn photos! I wonder if I'm too old to jump in a pile of leaves?ReplyDelete
agree mommy!...okey lang yan..ako din kahit na mainit ang panahon minsan and iris wants to play outside i let her lang...ReplyDelete
im miss this meme!
Hello there, I'm back again. I love all of these photos, sis. So love to make a digiscrap out of it. I've so many fall kits I got from the MMS blog train. :)ReplyDelete
My kids used to love playing in the leaves. They would rake them up and have a ball jumping in them or just kicking them around.ReplyDelete
ang saya nila tignan, talagang enjoy na enjoy sila!ReplyDelete
exploring the city of pines
Haha. Dito nga sa tin di lang dust! :)ReplyDelete
What fun playing in all those crunchy leaves! Great fun shots! Thank you for taking part in Mandarin Orange Monday:)ReplyDelete
Fun pics! Have a fabulous week.ReplyDelete
Liz @ YACB
oh what fun! That would be itchy though, but nyway it's good if they had fun! :)ReplyDelete