We had just finished up the Egyptian extra credit 3D project last night...and the conversation went like this..."mommy, can you make belgian waffles for breakfast? Because you know I love them and you make THE BEST ones! *insert groan* And yet I woke up and made them...it's hard to say no to this face! (But I DO do it from time to time!) :)
We had nothing formal planned, just some baby pictures of sweet 3 week old Bella. While walking around the yard, I snapped some fun pictures of her big sisters. I love capturing more candid shots...fun, playful and natural...life.
A complete save...I loved this picture, but there were distractions, so I removed them so the focus was on the girls. I just wish I could decide which black and white I preferred. (I might do a before/after at some point) :)
Heading over to the raspberry bushes
I just love this...probably one of my favorites of all the pictures I've ever taken! "Sneaking" a raspberry while I hid behind a tree taking her picture.
We didn't want "cheezy" smiles, so we just told her to stand by the tree...
I think Mother Nature went on vacation and left us to
deal with the weather! It's been cold and rainy for a week
and I've seen the sun all of 10 minutes the whole time. It
sure feels like March 18 and not May 18th for sure! But we
start warming back up tomorrow, so the end is near. We had
gotten spoiled with the warmer temps...walking late at
night and walking to the park...it's just not happening
when it's cold out. Yes, I am a fair weather girl, period.
I did force myself to walk down the the park a few days ago
when the kids were playing basketball. I found a few things
to take pictures out and even a little surprise.
For display only: These kids will never know the joy of being
flung off the merry-go-round...or getting off and walking in
circles wondering if you were going to throw up.
I think that big kid might have needed oxygen a few times!
Good picture of the "gloomy" days we've had!
Nothing "decent" blooming to take pictures of, so I sat
down on the wet, muddy grass and took some clover pictures.
Who knew I'd catch a teeny, tiny grasshopper on the stem
of the tiny clover flower?! I guess the moral is to never
assume there's nothing out there to photograph because you
might just find something unexpected. :)