Babies are Good!

This looks terrific. The two little boys in the beginning remind me a bit of what it was like around here 20 years ago, with Elder Son and Buster. Right down to one of them being a biter. Yes, that would be orally-fixated Buster.

H/T Margaret Cabaniss, who also sees family memories in those two adorable kids.

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  • Maggie45

    Totally wonderful ! Loved the goat drinking the bath water. LOL. I can’t wait for the DVD. I just know that it would be something that I’d enjoy over and over.

  • http://!!!! kelleybee

    Adorable…little ones…God Bless them.

  • zmama

    All those babies are adorable but the Mongolian family on the motorbike brought back a different kind of memory for me. When we arrived in Guangzhou to adopt our daughter in 2003 my first image leaving the airport enroute to the hotel was a family on a motorbike. No giant car seats there. It was quite a sight.

  • http://vita-nostra-in-ecclesia.blogspot.com Bender

    The Savior of the world is a baby.

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  • http://punditandpundette.com Jill

    Looks enchanting and brings back memories of my little biter, too. :O

  • http://americandigest.org vanderleun

    Well, I’m not only reblogging that item, I’m seeing the movie.

  • newton

    Just like my Little Figs, 1 and (now) 2. She’s now ten and a half months. And she climbs our staircarse – which we now gate.

    I can’t believe my Little Fig 2 going to turn 1 in January. Just a while ago, she came out in a hurry into this world! And my Little Fig 1 just turned 3. My babies! Soon enough, they’re going to learn how to ride a bike… and to go to school… and to play the piano… or hit the soccer ball… and conduct an experiment… and go to college… (Sniff!)

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  • http://www.planetpeschel.com Lou

    I don’t think I can see this. If I’m tearing up just from looking at the previews, I’ll be a sack of blubber in the theater.

    So beautiful. So hopeful. So optimistic. So unwary.

    So vulnerable.

    Nope. Can’t do it. I know too much.


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