Personally Speaking ~ Come To Papa ~ Jane

OK, THIS one was just TOO cute to pass by without a few words!

Someone had fun photo shopping these  hilarious images.

They all three share such a sense of spontaneous FUN all of the time.

They have been known to lift each other up off the ground twirling in circles,  slap each other in jest,

make faces to crack each other up, and  the list goes on and on…

Here we have Papa Ignazio carrying his little Piero and walking his little Gianluca. 

Who knows, maybe someday Ignazio will have  REAL little Piero’s and Gianluca’s in his family…

Although I must say there is not much resemblance there except ALL are darling Italians!

 

7 thoughts on “Personally Speaking ~ Come To Papa ~ Jane”

  1. Photos are very cute. 🙂 The first picture is inspired by an animated television series based loosely on the Russian folk tale, Masha and The Bear (and is popular also in Italy ) . I love it, I am big girl 😀 , but I have many souvenirs with Masha and Bear. 🙂 I saw all episodes,I am fan of this fairytale. At Kidscreen Summit 2015, Masha and the Bear won Award for best animation in the ‘creative talent’ category.

      1. Jane,
        Masha is a Russian girl who lives in the forest with her pig, goat and dog. All the animals in the forest are afraid of her as she forces them to play with her.One morning, Masha sees a butterfly and inadvertently follows it inside the home of a bear who has gone fishing. While playing there, she makes a big mess. When the Bear returns, he sees the disaster caused by Masha. The Bear tries to get rid of Masha, but he is unsuccessful, and he and Masha become friends.In the US, the show premiered on Netflix in August 2015.All episodes are on Youtube and also fairytale has own website (http://mashabear.com/ ).If you have small kids in your family,so I recommend this tale. From my experience all kids love Masha and Bear! 🙂
        Oh , and it was fun for me to see boys as characters from this story. 😀

    1. Yes, Masha and the Bear is popular in Italy too 🙂 This pic made me laugh hard because sometimes I call Ignazio Orsetto Boschetto, that means Little Bear Boschetto 😀

    1. Lydka, Yes, we do have small children in the family. I will look this story up so I can share it with them. Thank you!!

      Allene and Mary…:-)

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