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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Afternoon Intermission!

It's a desk-day for me, and I just had to take a break.

Oh. My. Goodness.

This is SUCH CUTE OVERLOAD!!

I had to play it again and again and watch the little girl’s face!

The story goes that she thought she kept hearing fireworks and couldn't sleep, so they sang to keep her mind preoccupied. In the end, nothing competes with fireworks.

You have got to watch this….her facial expressions are so priceless!

Enjoy!


It’s little joys like this that make my Afternoon-at-the-desk bearable!

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28 comments:

  1. Absolutely delightful! My grandchildren are growing up. I miss that age.

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    1. Isn't it the most precious thing?!

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  2. OH MY!!! He was so sweet and patient with her in the middle of the night when most parents would be tired and cranky!!! Very sweet and a lucky little girl! I sure hope she grows up to appreciate him sacrificing sleep for her. It's also great that they can record this sweet memory for her to look back on one day.

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  3. That is so sweet !!!

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  4. This was so delightful. Both my husband and yours truly watched it twice and smiled throughout. You can tell that the little girl had spent lots of time with her dad. What a wonderful relationship for each person!

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  5. I wanna give them both great big hugs!!

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  6. This just made my day. What fun for dad and the girl to have that musical connection. My heart swells!

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    1. My thoughts exactly! Big heart swells!

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  7. Adorable! Oh how I remember those days and miss them terribly!

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  8. Major cuteness, this is so precious!

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  9. She's just a little doll! What a wonderful Daddy! Thank you for sharing Bonnie!

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  10. So sweet!! I watched this morning and again just now.

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  11. It IS the little joys that make life so important and sometimes bearable. When I took a face-first fall on the concrete sidewalk in front of my apartment a couple weeks ago, I called my daughter to help me. My 5-year old granddaughter came FLYING out of the SUV and said, "Grandma, Grandma, Grandma, where's your cane? You MUST use your cane! Because I don't know what I'd do without you!" Yup .... that's pure joy!

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  12. what a beautiful memory for this family! They obviously spend lots of quality time together and have a wonderful relationship, a joy to watch.

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  13. OMG that is adorable!!! You can tell they sing that song together often, she knew when the *trumpets* were to be there!! Adorable!

    SHH!

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  14. This is certainly one of those you can watch over and over! I love it....she makes me smile....I love how she stops her dad to have him listen. What a great father and a lucky little girl.

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  15. Both are precious. Thanks, Bonnie.

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  16. what a great memory to have with your dad/daughter.......this will be great at her wedding! She has an awesome voice too!

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  17. How cute is that! it really got me off to a good start this morning. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. So cute! I laughed out loud. And the little pink guitar! This is one of those priceless Dad and daughter moments that will last forever.

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  20. It is just precious, it is nice to know in this fast paced, hurry hurry world we live in a Father and Daughter can still do something so wonderful, she is truly a blessed little girl to have such a wonderful Father. My other half loved the pink ukele. Just adorable and priceless!!!!

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  21. This little girl can sing! What a cute voice she has. Just adorable. Now I have to watch it again..........

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  22. Like another Shirley Temple! So cute! Such a great dad too!

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