WW ~ Cast?=Yes, Slow Down?=Not A Chance

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  1. AWWW! What a great photo. Don’t good Daddy/ daughter relationships just melt your heart??

    She is way too cute!

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  2. A busted leg never impedes an indomitable spirit.

    Happy WW!

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  3. She looks like a happy go lucky kind a kid! Even if she does have a broken leg :o(
    Happy WW!

  4. Casts are cool!

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  5. Look at that, you can just feel the love. Daddy is carrying the daughter that has a cast on her leg. Thanks for sharing. Our three daughters love horsing around with dad too. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Best way to “ride out” a busted leg is on dad’s shoulders.

    Great daddy/daughter pics do bring a smile, and perhaps a bit of a sigh…

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  7. Hey guys, Fishboy is more uncle than Dad … Lloyd is Daddy.
    But that does nothing to impeed the sweetness :)
    Glad is she feeling good enough to still be a little whirlwind.

  8. Oh, I didn’t even notice the cast until I read the title. I love the little heart someone drew though!

  9. Great shot! She’s a cutie!

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  10. Lee

    Just makes me wish I was still that resilient. I’m afraid I would be a total invalid if I broke my leg at my age. Reminds me of a younger cousin who broke his arm when he was around four years old. He fell of the slide in his back yard, picked himself up, walked into the house and said, “Mommy, I bent my arm.” He had broken both bones about half way between the elbow and the wrist and the lower part of his arm was at a 90 degree angle from what it was supposed to be. The kid never shed a tear.

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  11. It’s nice that her Uncle is there to help out a play with her. There is obviously love there. Cute heart.

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  12. What a great picture. They look happy. Nothing slows kids down. Especially not casts which make good defense weapons as my 17yo found out when he accidentally whacked on of his friends with his arm last summer. 😀

  13. Oh, she looks just like a Vixen’s granddaughter! Sweet…

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  14. Can you believe that I have never broken a bone in my body? As a kid I always wanted to have a cast… now that I’m older I definitely DON’T want one!

    Love the heart on her cast. :o)

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  15. Aw, that is just adorable! Definitely not slowed down by just a cast.

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  16. Vixen, that is one great photo!

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  17. What a wonderful photo … they both look so happy!
    Hugs and blessings,

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  18. Just shows how darn resilient Ladybug is. She just keeps smiling. Great picture, btw!

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  19. What a great photo. Lots of love in those eyes.

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