Life on the Bunny Farm
Those pictures are priceless! Your "babies" are adorable!
Awww, they are adorable. It is so amazing to look at their pictures and you can see them turn from babies into toddlers. *sigh* So bittersweet...
Beautiful photos! I know what you mean about them growing up so fast...I look over old phots and get all nostalgic.
Awww...that title is so poignant.
First, your kids are adorable! Second, I totally agree about them growing too fast! Don't you sometimes look at them and feel complete shock that they look so grown already?! I do. Sometimes it makes my heart hurt.
Oh my gosh! They do look so grown up! Especially Sarah all of a sudden !yikes!!!! Hugs!
Your children are absolutely cute!And these shots are fabulous.The growing up too fast...I sympathize. Mine were babies way long ago *sigh*
I know what you mean. Zoe is a "baby" no longer. We definately have a kid now.
Oh my yes, I can relate. They do grow oh so quickly. But your babies/kids are adorable! I really love thay shot of Sarah.
Those are really cute shots! It's all a matter of perspective. Your kids look like babies still to me! But that's because my baby is already 8. :-( But I relish these growing up days---there's so much to celebrate with each age.
I agree with jenny. Every age has something special to offer. Mind you I still love looking back on my 'baby' photos with my enormous (12) girl now. And one day these lovely shots will help you recapture this Summer.
Oh they are so cute!! And the pictures are great too!
I love the picture of your daughter walking. She's got the model thing going on! Too cute!
I am really going to eat Sarah the next time I see her. She's such big stuff now. Jack's cute too when he's not telling me to go or throwing things at me!
They really do, don't they? I love these pictures, especially the second one: something about it is just so carefree. Oh, and since so many people were flumoxed by the Fluffernutter, I've put up a post:http://neverthateasy.blogspot.com/2007/07/gasp.htmlIn case you don't make it, it's a peanut butter and Fluff (a light, sticky marshmallow creme) sandwich. It is delicious!
It seems like just yesterday we were over at your house visiting Jack after you brought him home from the hospital.
Love the photos, especially the second one.Just for kicks, I often go through photos I took when my kids were babies. Then my 4-year old comes to me and says, "Are you crying, Daddy? If you are, take a deep breathe, close your eyes then snore."Mikehttp://somethingaboutparenting.typepad.com/
they are about half grown!!!still cute as buttons!
Your kids are so adorable.
I feel that about my kids all the time, was't it just yesrerday i was finding out i was pregnant for the first time
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