Don't You Just Love to See Canoodling Frogs?

 

 

 

This was Polly #11′s first trip ever and she really missed her midwestern frog friends . . . so I took her to The Frog Pond in the Boston Common, hoping that she would get to know some New England frogs. She had the time of her life cavorting and canoodling with frogs from Boston.

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9 Responses to “Polly #11 at The Frog Pond in the Boston Common”

  1. Chloe, I missed you in Boston! You would have had fun with us at The Frog Pond. Are you really going to order your very own Polly Frog?

  2. Frogs, Frogs, and More Frogs!

    I visited Boston last summer, and I loved walking around Frog Pond. In the summer, many of the frog statues are fountains and it was so much fun to watch the kids splash around!

    The frog statues definitely have a lot of personality! Cute picture…thanks for posting!

  3. Auntie Debbie, I love your Polly Frog. I can’t wait to get one. Chloe

  4. Canoodling has been officially added to my vocabulary–effective immediately!

  5. That big frog looks like a cross between Kermit and Auguste Rodin’s “The Thinker.” Polly looks right at home, even though she’s a long way from Chicago! Great picture!

  6. I can canoodle…can you?

  7. I was fortunate enough to visit Frog Pond last year when I was in Boston. I was very impressed by the statues and all the canoodling going on around the park. I’d love to go back sometime.

  8. I love this word!!!

    CONJUGATION

    First Person
    I…canoodle We…canoodle
    Second Person
    You…canoodle You(pl)…canoodle
    Third Person
    he/she/it…canoodles They…canoodle

    Past Tense: canoodled

    Present Participle: canoodling

    Can anyone use “canoodle” in a sentence?

  9. Do you think the big frog will turn green as it tarnishes? That would look really cool!