Fountain of Youth Revisited

 Since it’s been a crazy time with crazy weather and crazy colds (resulting in a ruptured eardrum), I haven’t had a chance to get out and take some updated spring shots – or any new shots lately.  So not to show up to the party empty-handed, I thought I’d revisit a post I did almost three years ago to the day. 

We were reminiscing the other day of some of ’s past , and this particular one was at the forefront of our minds.  She doesn’t remember it, so I had to pull up the pictures to show her.  I thought I’d do the same for you.

The Fountain:

The Youth:

Very creative if you ask me – she wedged her bubble pipe into the faucet to create a fountain.  She was three years old at the time.  Definitely signs of the brilliance yet to come, don’t you think?

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27 thoughts on “Fountain of Youth Revisited

  1. I can’t decide if she will quickly outgrow toys and require actual tool sets, cookware and othe supplies…or if she will just be all Macguyver’ish and craft what she needs out of toys. I uses this pic leans towards the latter! That pic of her is adorable (but you knew that)

  2. Absolutely brilliant! Of course, if she still had any bubble residue left in it when she took her drink…

    ~EdT.

  3. My kids drink from the sink all the time and I’ve been looking for something that turned the faucet into a drinking fountain, she is definitely a genius and on her way to becoming the next Madame Curie. Thanks for the tip, I’m off to find a plastic pipe!

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  5. Omigosh, this is GENIUS!!! Such a portent of brilliance to come!

    Glad you linked it up with Way Back When-esday…a wonderful recollection! 🙂

    (Love your play on a phrase, too!)