Friday, January 9, 2015

Our Little Tomboy: Texas Girl


Do you see those horns on the right... Our Little Viking Princess?  All she wanted from Santa was this BIG black truck!  Yep, our little two-and-a-half-year-old Daddy's girl is a bonafide tomboy.  She is allowing her big Sis to have a little behind-the-wheel-time  while she kicks back and enjoys the ride.

I'll have to share a photo of my favorite old toys (unearthed in the move) one of these days.  Suffice to say, you shouldn't be surprised by her tomboy ways considering her gene pool.  And, she stashes chocolate.  Hee hee.   Just gotta love her to pieces! 

"Stop worrying about the potholes in the road and celebrate the journey." ~ Barbara Hoffman

Take the road less traveled... blessings ~ tanna

19 comments:

Dee said...

I'm almost 60 and I'd love a big black truck too. LOL

Tomboy ....yep, me too.

TexWisGirl said...

so cute! dodge - no substitute. :)

steph said...

i'm not sure i would have known what to do with a real girly girl!!! (and my poor DIL---one of 4 girls in her family---is totally in the dark with what to do with her all-boy boy! Somehow we figure it all out! So very cute!!!

Judy S. said...

Must be a sign of the times! Our youngest GD has a pink and purple truck and is quite good at making car noises, learned perhaps from big brother, or maybe it's genetic?

From the Kitchen said...

I would have been in tomboy heaven to have had that vehicle at age two!! And, I think chocolate stashing is a very important concept!!

Best,
Bonnie

Betsy Brock said...

What a cute truck! I can see why she wanted it! I was a tom boy...had dirt under my nails for years and even had pet worms. haha.

podso said...

Oh! How cute, cute, cute! I wanted a car like that when I was little--only ours were bicycle peddled. Never got one and had to wait til 17 to drive. She'll be a whiz behind the wheel before long!

Nonna Rose said...
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Nonna Rose said...

So absolutely precious! Our little A. Is anything but a girlie girl...gotta love Tomboys....so much fun!

Shug said...

great quote! Isn't she just the sweetest...letting her big sis drive. It is great seeing kids having fun and loving life. Cute little hat she is wearing...I wonder where she got it??

Lynne said...

Cute picture, great quote . . .
My childhood toys looked nothing like this . . .

Margaret Adamson said...

I'm even older than Dee and I would like a ride on that bike! Have a wonderful weekend.

Mereknits said...

I am getting all caught up. As for the quote three posts down, you can be inspired but you can't steal, simple as that. Love the little sweeper, great idea. And who wouldn't want a Viking hat and a black truck!
Hugs to you and have a great weekend,
Meredith

Laura at Beehive Rugs said...

Love the hat, and the chocolate stashing. Pretty cute!!

Pondside said...

She must be adorable in her black truck. You'll just have to sure that there's no chocolate stashed anywhere in it when the weather gets hot!

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Oh my! Too cute! I was the biggest tomboy ever. :) Blessings to all, Tammy

Catherine said...

Dear Tanna, Love that she stashes chocolate. My daughter used to do the same thing.
Love the hat.
Your verses are very inspiring. Thank you.
xo Catherine

Sandy said...

How adorable is that?! Too sweet for words.

Amy at love made my home said...

So cute! How much fun is that truck too!! xx

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