... blueberries or food coloring? lolthks for the big smile!
la même chose, mais moi avec mon stylo que je mâchouille toute la journée ;o))
Ha, for Olivier's comment! I used to get the same effect as a kid (and even older....) by eating blueberry Twinsicles.Lovely portrait!
I love the blues.Costas
He is so self-satisfied! Kids have such a wonderful appeciation of life. His eyes are so expressive!
when you're four years old, the best kind of blues are sno-cone blues.
Thanks for the BLUE smile! I've got a RED theme on my blog today!Bon mardi, V!
I knew I'd make you smile today! And Olivier, you made me LOL!V
Thanks for the smile as well Virginia!
The icy nice of ices on a hot Birmingham afternoon .. love his smile! Very Smurfy
This little guy makes my day.
Looks like a smurf in training!
Call 911 immediately! And the poison control center! And the photographer! Oh, you were already there. Good thing, too.
Nice! :) We have blue ice cream here, tastes like bubble gum!___Cheap international calls
I just learned that in our region Protestants were sometimes called blue tongues because during the religion wars in the 17th and 18th century when they were chased by Catholics they would flee to the mountains where they ate lots of blueberries...Although my family is Protestant I'd never heard of it.Great smile and action ! :-)
A baby schtroumpf?!..:o)
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