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The three-year-old with a face for theatre

It’s hard to describe this child and all that she means to me. She’s ridiculously funny, but also incredibly caring. It is going to be difficult to say goodbye to many people when I eventually leave Canuckistan but my favourite, hilarious, three-year-old will be one of the most difficult. Here’s the dirty-faced clown, who is always up for a photo shoot, making the most of my wide-angle lens …

(I’m sorry Herman – more cute kid pics. See yesterday’s post for a live deer, old car carcass and elephant with a difference.)

Sly wink
Sly wink
Toothy smile
Toothy smile
Kissy lips
Kissy lips
Fake smile
Fake smile
Rolling tongue
Rolling tongue
Big cheeks
Big cheeks
Scrunchy nose
Scrunchy nose

And what does she really look like, this live-wire thespian in the making? Here we go: as well as I could capture her.

Sooooo sweet
Sooooo sweet
Zombie
Zombie
Real
Real
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