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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

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Cool pic.

Looks like he had fun. Seeing this picture gives me childhood memories.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrSTQDVc0tc My favourite was teddy. I used to have him in every pic taken back then. Cool pyramid. Thanks..

Some of the kids like egyptian culture...so when they are on the beach they try to build pyramid. School age child are very creative, so building a sand castle motivate their artistic talent.

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Seeing this picture gives me childhood memories of my young

It is so nice of you to bond with your kid in that way. In such manner, bonding times are always fun, educational and constructive. Playing in the beach is always fun and adventurous and I always see to it myself that I do spend some time with my kids in the beach as well. Bonding times can never this so much fun.

Boys are having fun with the sea sand and making pyramid. Really those day are best and great day of the life. So enjoy fully. I like this post by this I remember my childhood days.

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