Weekly Photography Challenge: Anticipation

Our younger Grand-daughter, Matilda, is one year old on Christmas Eve. In anticipation of the day, we had an early party for her in the park. Nothing could have prepared her for the experience of eating fistfuls of frosting, but she quickly came to grips with it…

She’d been walking with adult help for several weeks, and we’d been looking forward to the day she would take off and walk independently – and of course, it was the playground nearby that gave her the incentive to just go under her own steam, an adult in her wake to make sure she didn’t get into any trouble. It’s the grown-ups job to anticipate what can happen next, and make sure it doesn’t. We can anticipate fun things, too, like a baby meeting frosting for the first time, but no one anticipated her pleasure in squishing whipped cream with her toes!

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3 thoughts on “Weekly Photography Challenge: Anticipation

  1. Pingback: Anticipation: on the Platform | What's (in) the picture?

  2. Hi, I am pleased there is an explanation provided by a photograph of how one could have cream between one’s toes in order to experience the pleasure of squishing the cream.
    Uncle Alex is doing a good job in the playground supervision department.

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