Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Like Father, Like Son

Jackson loves nothing more than good day on the farm breathing in the fresh air and taking a little time from life for some fishing.


I should've known it wouldn't be long before he was venturing off the doc. Without a second of hesitance, Jackson was jumping on the boat as Brandon suited him up with a life vest. These guys were as happy as could be. I, on the other hand, was a little more than worried. 

But when their minds are set on something...well who am I to end the fun?


Plus? This moment was priceless. The smile on Jackson's face as the boat lifted into the water was pure joy. 


It's one of those parenting moments you dream of. At least, I would think this would be one of those moments for a father. I certainly know it was for Brandon. He's been talking of the day he could taking Jackson fishing with him for some time now. I'm fairly certain he brought home Jack's first fishing pole when he was the ripe old age of nine months. 



Oh yes, this is one for the books. 

9 comments:

  1. That photo melts my heart! I'm so glad Jackson got to do this and have a great time!

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  2. I love those photos! These are some to treasure for years to come!

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  3. Seeing that little cutie in the life jacket... just priceless! Many years of sweet memories and bonding time ahead for him and his proud papa. :)

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  4. He's going to love going fishing on that boat with daddy!

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  5. That is precious Erin. What a perfect moment and I think that last one is meant to be framed!

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  6. awww that is so sweet! I know Scott is so ready to take Andrew fishing too. :) We had Andrew's first fishing rod & reel before he was even born! :)

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  7. These photos are precious! How sweet.

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  8. Look at this cute little boy. He walks like a boss. So adorable. Give my love to him. He reminds me my first child.

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  9. I love this! John is the same exact way. He has landon's fishing pole already! There is something so precious about fathers and sons and watching their bond grow.

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