Posted Date: March 14, 2007March 14, 2007author:LDCategories:Mostly a pictureQuality assurance Q: Can I wipe the smoothie off your mouth, honey? A: That’s okay, I can just clean it off with my tongue. Post navigation Previous PostPrevious postWhat the Berkeley Parents are chewing on this weekNext PostNext postHeart condition In a similar vein: Posted Date: January 12, 2012February 10, 2012That which we call a rose by any other name would sound as sweet Posted Date: October 24, 2008October 24, 2008And the beat goes on Posted Date: March 28, 2008March 28, 2008Peanut’s eye view 8 thoughts on “Quality assurance” I particularly like the little smoothie bit on her right shoulder. I’ve always been amazed and perplexed by kids’ ability to get food and drink on that specific part of the body. It takes special talent. Log in to Reply What an eagle eye you have on you! Here’s the “after” picture, after she cleaned it all off with her tongue: (I just linked up a mini-slide show to the images, if you can’t resist the whole pictorial narrative from beginning to end.) Log in to Reply Adorable slide show (and very cool – you are such a fancy little blogstress)! You take great pictures but, of course, it seems like you have great material 🙂 She looks like she is completely accustomed to having her every move photographed. Log in to Reply Many thanks. I’d have to toss the credit over to the raw material, aided & abetted by Flickr’s convenient E-Z set viewing dealie-o. I do like that so far, she’s unselfconscious about being photographed. It happens, like the picking of the nose happens. I dread the moment when she “poses” for the camera. At that point I may just have to put it down. That, or get a telephoto lens and go stealth. Log in to Reply Too cute. i also love the under-the-swing-rainbow tights photo on your Flickr page. That must have been interesting to take. Log in to Reply Thanks! Ja, youbetcha it was fun. I was lying on my back the whole time and then wangling around to get fun light with the sun. Here’s one I didn’t initially post, but I think might have been the funnest, sun-wise: Log in to Reply So young, and yet self-reliant! Isn’t she brilliant? Log in to Reply Oh, womanwithkids, I couldn’t agree with you more! Your perspicacity dazzles. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.