Wordless Wednesday: My son has magical powers

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You know those days when you’re tired and you’re grouchy and you just want to curl up in a corner on your own and pretend you’re somewhere else?
Then my boy gives me this look, this sunny smile, this look of love and those feelings instantly disappear.

My son has the power to win me over with a smile every time.
And he knows it.

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(PS. Also today I am guest posting over at the parenting travel site Have a Lovely Time. About camping. Ok, ok stop laughing. Yes I camp – but I take some creature comforts with me …)

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26 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: My son has magical powers

  1. Home Office Mum says:

    What a sweetie

  2. Mel says:

    Hoe lovely. there is an award for you over at mine

  3. Ave says:

    So handsome!

  4. Tammy Howard says:

    I can see how a face like that could induce an instant smile!

  5. confused homemaker says:

    Aww, that's the best feeling to have everything melt away when your kid makes you smile.

  6. Linda says:

    He's absolutely gorgeous! And thank you again for your wonderful post on camping (or campling as I called it when I let some people know it was there – that sounds fun too!)

  7. Elsie Button says:

    a handsome chap!

  8. SandyCalico says:

    Gorgeous, just like my boys 🙂

  9. kirsty815 says:

    He's absolutely adorable! Kids bring out the best in us all (and sometimes the worst but we wont mention that shhhhh!). Lovely pic!

  10. Vered - Blogger for says:

    People often say that kids drain your energy, and to some extent it's true, but they can also recharge you in ways that no one else can. Great photo!

  11. PippaD says:

    I'm thinking that I would melt at that smile too! Heaven help the girls in a few years!

  12. Adrenalynn says:

    Oh, the cuteness! I like what Vered said; so true.

  13. Too sweet. Children's smiles are powerful.

  14. Jo Beaufoix says:

    And you said I made you cry!! Sniff, he is such a cutie, as is his Mum.

  15. Andrea (ace1028) says:

    I totally know what you mean. Despite the moments that make you want to tear your hair out, they can win you over so easily!

  16. Wilma Ham says:

    I love camping too, when I can take my electric blanket. I hate that damp feeling in bed in a tent, but that was solved this way. And of course the duvet comes, are there people who don't take it????? Thus I adore that outdoor living.

  17. I love magical powers like that :)Now, off to see what you have to say about camping.

  18. More than Just a Mot says:

    What a heart-breaker 😉

  19. Becca says:

    He looks so happy 🙂

  20. Ann Marie says:

    What a cutie pie :)I agree, kids are powerful beyond belief. There's so many lessons we can learn from them.They're a wonderful expression of Love in Action.

  21. Vodka Mom says:

    yes, children ARE magical…………

  22. CK Lunchbox says:

    I love it when my kids do that – it's like they know. Of course, that smile is trouble when they become teens.

  23. Jannie Funster says:

    I LOVE camping, off now to check it out! The guest post, I mean.

  24. QueenBee says:

    Aha! So you are Tara from the Blame Tara Meme Award. I was still honored to even get something.

  25. Lady Mama says:

    Hi. Paying you a visit for the first time as I just completed my answers in the Blame Tara meme and thought I should come and find out who Tara is! Your son is very sweet.

  26. cowgirl in wellies says:

    Hi. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I can't believe how long it took me to find British Mummy Bloggers. I am also making the change from challenging (stressful) job to other stuff. Glad you had a good camp. Our's was lucky too. We escaped the rain by the skin of our teeth last Wednesday. 🙂

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