Thankful Thursday: Like Mother, Like Daughter

Last week Meg and I had another great evening at the pier. No big ole' stroller, I just carried her around and she did a lot of walking--with me holding her hands from the back. She is so funny. Sometimes there are big dogs out there, and they would walk past us on the side walk. Of course, their owners would have the dogs' mouths covered up and have the dogs on a leash. However, I noticed that the big animals don't scare Meg at this point. She actually starts walking towards them.

She doesn't have that fear of the unknown yet. Well, besides strangers. She doesn't like any stranger trying to hold her or even to get really close to her. The other day we were out there, the ducks were getting really close and feisty. They kept looking like they wanted to attack and take Megan out of my lap. So there were a few times we had to get up and move away from the wild ducks. She wasn't scared though, but I was taken aback.

She gets so much attention when we're out. On this most recent outing, it must was about 8 people/couples wanting to play and talk with her.

She used to be scared of the fountain, but she certainly wasn't last week. The photo below was taken in November and she wasn't with me on that night. However, it's the same huge fountain that we sat near last week during sunset. And Miss Meg started taking her shoes off and was trying to wiggle out of my arms and get in the fountain!!

It was hilarious. I sat her down so she could dip her little hands in the fountain, but I was surprised and tickled pink that she wanted to get in there. I think she thought it was bath time since she now takes baths in the regular tub and not the kiddie tubs anymore.

We walked along this pier. I have a wonderful picture of her holding onto the rails and looking at the water. That's when I thought to myself, she's going to be a nature lover just like mommy!

The picture below was taken with my cell phone. It doesn't matter....DSLR (which I never really carry anymore) or cell phone, practice framing your photos! We'll buy her a camera when she gets older and go on many nature photo shoots.

Thankful.

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