Daily Photos from Florida's Capital City
Where did you put the groceries? How cute is this, what a great little helper. Kathy
Now, this is funny!!
She will be pulling things off the shelves in no time.
Momma's got her hands full! Looks like a fun, family affair!
Very helpful :D
I think riding in the cart is the funnest. It's been many years since I've tried it though. Very cute photo Lois.
It's wonderful to have a camera in moments like this. Lovely picture, your granddaughter steals the show!
I wish that when they are 15 they still want to help so much. MB
Hello ! She has a good sense of balance !
Cute photo. Children are a pleasure to take shopping! I wonder - do your American supermarket trollies have better wheeling power than our? All the ones here never go where you want them to.Cheers.Melbourne Daily Photo
How CUTE! I remember when my children were young. When they were small enough to fit beneath those platform grocery carts, they'd ride beneath and use their legs to propel the carts. I remember once I told them we were ready to get going--and perfectly syncronized, both carts turned. A woman looking on just laughed and laughed--as did I. Such things are sweet memories indeed!And your little granddaughter is perfect! Thank you for sharing this wonderful moment with us!
That is such a cute picture!Sunny :)
How very cute! Great capture!
So funny! Pretty soon, when you want her to push it, she'll be nowhere to be found...kinda like mowing the lawn.
Hello Lois!Congratulations, she is adorable!God bless you allLéia
That's a cute shot of your grandkids, Lois. They are both growing up very fast.
I like the carts that make it look like the kids are driving a car.
That's funny! What cute kids (and patient mom!). I've been lagging behind for a couple of weeks so have enjoyed going through your posts. The Wheely Cross is most interesting....
I can hardly blame him. Once in a while I'd like someone to push me around instead of having to walk the whole store.
Kids just love grocery carts! Then we grow up and we hate being at the store pushing those things.
We have a saying in France, one that teaches humility: you always need someone smaller than you, on a toujours besoin de plus petit que soi. Nice shot, gonna be a very active person.
So cute! Makes me smile.
ahahahaha!!! "with a little help of her mam"!!!
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