Thursday, February 07, 2013

Pretty, Happy, Funny, Real. And a Hat.

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What's better than a slice of freshly baked bread covered in altogether too much butter?
Not much, friends. Not much. (I'm linking this photo up with Clan Donaldson's Theme Thursdays.  This week: hats & scarves)

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So very happy to have homeschooling friends to do math with on a sunny Wednesday morning.

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As reasonable mothers clearly do, my friends and I forced a "playdate" on these tiny humans, complete with demands that they lie down in a nice neat row and allow us to photograph them for posterity/future arranged marriages.  But somebody's behemoth of a child not only refused to be obedient and stay still, she even taunted the well behaved children and attempted to snatch their chew toys.  Somebody ought to teach her fluffy, scrumptious child some better manners. Or something...

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Yep, still February.

Bring it, Lent.  I'm ready.

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26 comments :

  1. I'm dying over Mary and the baby row.
    And now I want some butter- with a side of bread.

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  2. The hat picture is hysterical. Caught mid bite. Love!

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  3. Mary: She's A Rebel! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1raCtM3UGk

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  4. note. At this moment, I would really like freshly baked bread with too much butter. That is all.

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  5. I remember February up yonder, seems to me I made it through with lots of bread, butter, babies, and beer. I don't think you heard the last part of the memo, but girl, you got the rest covered.

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  6. Wow..I'm totally ah-mazed that your older girls do MATH when they get together with their friends! There is not a snowball's chance in you know where that I could get my girls to do school (and especially not math) when their friends were around. They would be blah, blah, blah, blah the whole time and wouldn't get anything done.

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  7. Love your tree & sky photo. Probably the only way to deal with the incessant winter is to photograph it.

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  8. I LOVE the hat pic, mostly because she's eating bread slathered in butter (which is the only way to go). My boys would give up all of their prized possessions to have the last slice of homemade bread at the dinner table. Oh, and the babies.....the BABIES!!! :)

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  9. Ahahaha I thought that was cheese but it's so much better that it's butter - my kids would LOVE it if I just let them eat cold butter, they'd probably pick it off and leave the bread!

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  10. Preshhhh!!! And I totally LOVE your scrumptious behemoth babe, BTW. ;) She already knows exactly who she is and what she wants outta life. What more could you ask for, ey? :) xoxoxo

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  11. Yummy fresh bread, oh that looks delish. The babies are adorable, and I'm also impressed at the math-doing girls! One day I'll figure out how to reply to the comments on my blog, but to answer your question, the lens is the 50mm/1.8. I got it for Christmas and I LUV it! Oh and you should join our momtographer group on FB. I'll send you an invite!!!

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    1. Ooooh, that lens is the only thing on my mama-treat list right now. Someday, my precious. Someday!

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  12. I thought the butter was cheese! My kids would probably pick the butter off and eat it, then eat the bread!

    Great photos!!!

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  13. Ahhhh the good ol' days when I was homeschooled and could lay around doing my workbooks on the floor. Can't believe I'm gonna be on the other end of it before to long as the cranky schoolmarm.

    Your babies are scrumptious!!!

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  14. Love the pics! We did homeschool huddled in front of our gas fireplace today because our power was out all stinkin' day! We were sooooo cooooold! But then we had a picnic in front of the fire... Gotta love homeschool! :-)

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  15. Babies e-ry-where!! No wonder you have the fever!! I love her hair by the way. And after coveting that bread and butter, it is definitely time for a good and proper lenten season. I need it!! (both. Lent. And that butter bread...)

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  16. So many squashy babies in one place, I'm losing my mind over the cute.

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  17. Ok I love the bread and butter with your baby! The butter came out of the fridge still to cold to smooth on the bread so it just barely clings. This is our M. O. too!

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  18. Why did I think that was cheese? I think here we are seeing the stark differences in climate between Texas and Michigan, as reflected in the consistency of spreads.

    Those babies are the darlingest.

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  19. That girl eats butter like I eat butter. She knows good things.

    Must. Eat. Baby. Chub.

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  20. Chunks of butter, yum. I've always found it hard to spread anyways. Beautiful pics, love Cecelia's expression in the first!

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  21. No such thing as too much butter.

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  22. LOL I thought it was cheese on her bread! Either way, cheese and butter are both yummy. Babies are cute. Period. =)

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  23. Now that is how you do bread and butter!

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