He’s happy, pointing to the bottle.
He’s wondering - is there something else for dinner?
Looks like he’s in a campground.
By the Elbow River.
Does this little guy belong to you?
His name is Gordon. Fred! Ralph. Forrest. Like Forrest Gump.
This looks like bamboo so it could be warm but there are rocks so it could be a harsh environment. There’s a coat on the ground with a bird. It could be after the biscuits!
Maybe it’s a meadow or a low area.
He’s looking towards his family. They are having a picnic.
Lunch on the Bow River.
Looks like a river but there are rocks.
He’s in a makeshift high chair from the 1950’s. My brothers were twins and had the same chair. There are Arrowroots too – they are from the 1950’s as well.
He’s very demanding, spoiled rotten, by his father. (Whispers the last phrase ‘by his father’ with a laugh.)
What could happen? A flood.
He’s a true boy, rambunctious.
There’s garbage around him.
Someone could just take him. Like me. I’ve got no grandkids so if I wouldn’t get in trouble I would take him.
Why is this baby in the middle of nowhere?
(Sounds) There are different kinds of birds. Peeping sounds.
He should be reading.
There’s a cottage back here so there may be the sound of cows.
The wind blowing.
(What’s going to happen next?)
The parents are going to come pick him up, put him in the car and go home.
The parent is going to give him the bottle.
The picture is off set so the jacket on the ground is in the centre. He’s going swimming!
(Title) Picnic in the Park
Lousy looking park!
White piece of paper (indicates item on the ground in picture) – it’s a mess!
(Title) Nap Time Story Book?
He’s looking to have a nap! That pillow is from a pram. It looks so soft.
What time of year is it? Not Springtime in Calgary, that’s for sure.
(Title) Picnic in the Wild
Mother and father are distracted. Not that’s not the title – let’s see, it’s ‘Mum and Dad get Distracted with Baby in the Park.’
Wait for me!
(Title) Afternoon at the River. Or in the Meadow.