Monday, April 07, 2008


Spring is here! I love spring. After a long winter, spring is such a joy! I love the daffodills blooming in my backyard. Thank you Grandma Berry for creating such beautiful flower beds!

I love that the boys will go outside together (without me) and play. This shot was taken out my VERY DIRTY bedroom window. Also take notice that they are in their church clothes! What kind of a mother am I? I guess one that likes to do a lot of laundry and doesn't like to wash windows :)
Estella is 5 months old now. It is amazing how time flies and how fast babies grow. She is such a fun, happy, laid back baby. We love her so much!

This isn't a very good picture, but I had to include it. Essie is definitely a thumb sucker! I might not like it in the future, but it is great right now! For some reason the boys don't like it when she sucks her thumb. They are both always pulling it out of her mouth.


Elisa said...

What great pictures! Your windows look like mine :), I think even though we're far apart we're still quite similar :)

idahomayos said...

Great post! Pretty flowers...I too am so excited for Spring. BTW I'm not much of a window washer either:)

mary said...

Jen! I was so tempted to take pictures of the daffodils we passed on Sunday afternoon, but Dave didn't stop the car and let me out... I LOVE little thumb suckers!

The Weinert's said...

Spring??? I wish!!! We just got six inches of snow here yesterday and it's still freezing! Thanks for the email update about your blog. It's nice to see what's going on in your life. Check out our blog too for updates on us. We're not as active bloggers as many others, but we try to post at least once a week. I can't believe how big Thomas is. I remember when he was just like 6 months old and we were in Alabama! Time sure flies.

Karin said...

Great pictures! I have mixed feelings about changing out of church clothes... They usually have to get washed anyway, so putting on play clothes too makes 2 sets of clothes to wash, right?

Amy said...

HA HA HA! I loved your comment "what kind of a mother am I?" Your just a normal mother who enjoys the real moments in life that matter instead of clean windows and clothes. I LOVE IT!