The Christmas tree
Is there anything more fun than watching your children grow up?
Especially those dog days of pre-school when they can talk and have no coping skills or rational thoughts.
Everything seems like such a crisis to a small child.
Going to bed, sharing toys, wearing the same thing day after day after day, learning to do homework, fist fights in church, learning to work; everything is an ordeal, at least it was at my house!
Then, they turn into teenagers.
It's rough and it isn't pleasant then either! Now it's time for their butterfly wings to unfold slowly; and watching my children learning to take those first little flights of independence was hard for me. I want to keep them safe from the world wrapped snuggly in the cocoon of our home forever. But I am not getting my way!!
Our cousin Rebekah
another cousin, Erin
I have loved (okay, not loved, tolerated sadly)watching their personalities and interests taking shape.
In the past few months Jeff has fallen in love,
with my camera.
A little inexpensive digital camera, but in Jeff's hands it sees things I never would.
Lauren and Skyler
This picture is on our fridge!! We love it.
It is so fun to watch him grow up, develop interests and talents and hopefully a lifetime hobby. I wanted to give him a little internet art show. I might just be a proud mom, but I think my kid might just have some talent!!
An almond blossom that looks like it is just hanging by itself.
love this, see the little bug?
Take a bow Jeffy! Your first photography show, I hope there's many, many more!