I Might Could.

“Do you want to go play?”
“Yes Mama, Yes Mama, I do!”

“Could you climb up the steps?”

“Hmmm, let me think about that.”

“I might could. Let me try. ”

“I did it!  I love slides!”

(Special non 6-word note: The little girl behind her helped her get up the courage to climb all the way up and come down. She even road her in her lap a couple of times. Praise the Lord for helpful and sweet children. Because, I don’t fit up there!)

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28 Comments Add yours

  1. Peggy says:

    She is getting so big (in theory). Great pictures, thanks for sharing.

    1. Sure thing! Can’t wait to see you next week.

  2. Good to see you back at Six Word Fridays. I missed you!

    1. Oh, “Thanks for noticing me.” As Eyore would say.

  3. ayala says:

    Nice to see you back and congrats on your news 🙂 sweet pictures!

  4. GG says:

    “It’s nice to have you back where you belong”

  5. Sara says:

    I love watching big kids help little kids discover the world 🙂

  6. Kristi says:

    “I might could” How darling is that line?!? Such a creative post.
    Thanks!

    1. Thanks, Kristi, I think it is a Southern thing!

  7. 2bdancing says:

    hmm, maybe i might could too.

  8. Juliana says:

    “Might could” is definitely a southern thing. I should know — we say it all the time! CUTE pictures, by the way. I also love it when big kids help little kids try new things!

    1. Thanks, Juliana. I’m glad to know I was right about “Might Could.”

  9. Kelly says:

    Older girls are a miracle for moms with small children!

  10. kate says:

    caring children are a welcome addition.

    ‘i might could’–love that line!

  11. Melissa says:

    Love “I might could.” You can! 🙂

    It’s so nice to see you!
    (You see me, looking at you.)

  12. Tessa says:

    So darling. I love that age.

    1. I agree. I’m loving every minute of it. Well, the tantrums sometimes leave me rubbing my head.

  13. Belinda says:

    She’s darling! So great to watch them overcome their fear so quickly.

  14. melgallant says:

    Too sweet! So lovely to watch a child discover what she can do/accomplish herself. And yes, hooray for helpful children who cheer and support little ones in overcoming fears. 🙂

    1. Thanks, Mel. Thanks for coming by to watch LJ.

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