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Bertie runs just about everywhere he can (which reassures me that his leg is completely better now; for anyone new here, Bertie fractured his leg a couple of months ago). Look at his funny little face...he he!

28 comments:

  1. so cute! I wish running made me that happy! hehe! I hope your well & have a great day!xx

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  2. So cute ! and he is a very good runner !

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  3. It's amazing how kids can be happy with the simplest things in life!! Very handsome little man!! :D

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  4. run bertie run! without wanting to sound like a distant aunt - Gosh hasn't he grown! He's so tall now. Glad his leg is all sorted. Lou x

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  5. So cute !!! Smily face :D

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  6. Oh that's the cutest photo series!! It was probably all over in about 5 seconds flat. Kellie xx

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  7. haha - love the title! Good thing he is well again!

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  8. it's great to see how his smile grows the closer he gets to you and the camera. :)

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  9. Lol at the title of this post! He's such a cutie!

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  10. and bertie looks quite happy to be running........run bertie, run!

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  11. What a cutie! Definitely doesn't look like his leg is giving him any trouble!

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  12. Beautiful! Love they way toddlers take such joy in things we take for granted - it's a great reminder of how great simple pleasures can be.

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  13. Wonderful photographs, my son is two and runs every where! Such fun for busy boys! X

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  14. yeah! that's great!! :D
    he must run, run and run

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  15. Oh, he is such a cutie! I'm glad his leg is good now.

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  16. Such a sweetheart! :)

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  17. Wheeee!!
    look at him grow & run. What a cutie..

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  18. They are truly lovely photos :)

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  19. eeeeee! What a sweetieface!

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  20. I love these! He is super super adorable... wish I still ran everywhere with such glee!

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