Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Sunny days

Pictures as promised!
I got my sweet girls in some beautiful sunlight and snapped away. We are all doing great. Everyday passes so quickly and at the end of each day I am completely exhausted. Who know two little girls could wear a momma out so much.




























Girls watching the trash truck. Hollings is a climber and will climb on anything and everything. We find her in all sorts of places, hence all the bruises.


Ellen had some fun on the swing yesterday. She kept saying "Sunny look". I loved being called Sunny!

7 comments:

KatieKate said...

Sunny.
THAT kills me.

Becky Swann said...

I am going to let Ellen comment on this one, I just showed her this and this is what she said verbatum "Nook it's Ellen, that's me, Sunny's house, Nook there's Bellarose, she's back from school. Oh Nook and Honnings, I Nove Honnings so much!"

Margaret said...

So sweet!! Hollings hair looks so light and she has so many teeth!! BR is gorgeous as ever! Ellen is such a doll, I love that she calls you Sunny too!

JTP said...

what sweet pictures "sunny" so sweet :-)

Byerly said...

I hear you, worn out by the days end. I have mad respect for parents of more than two kids! -- Your girls, as always are beautiful. -- Sunny, love it!!

knittwotogether said...

Great photos! Harper is a climber too- I find her standing on the craziest things (i.e. the dishwasher door-good grief) I love that pic of the two girls looking out the window! We also got the same swing that you guys have for her birthday and she loves it a LOT...what she doesn't have are those darned top teeth- looks like Hollings does!!

jenrodhaynes said...

Love those sweeties and yes I too have great respect for moms! I don't know how you guys get so much done and always seem ready for anything, no one would know it is such hard work (and this is just from an innocent bystander...I'm sure it's much tougher than I even imagine.) Great job with your two precious babies and Ellen is adorable too. I adore the fact that her "L" is an "N"!