Friday, January 22, 2010

Mommy Time

When we go out for walks, I usually get to carry AA during part of the journey.......... my time to hug and hold.





17 comments:

Briana's Mom said...

So beautiful! Warms my heart!

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

Beautiful photos of you and your girl!

Have a wonderful weekend:)

Lisa

Kayce said...

Just beautiful! Mommy time is the best!

Colleen said...

wonderful pictures : ) Mommy time is so important and those bonding moments are priceless in my book!!! Have a wonderful weekend!!!

Melissa said...

Love you all!! XXOO
Beautiful picture!

Kris said...

mommy time is such a good time :O)

Cora said...

It is the small things that are so special.

purplume said...

Lovely, you both look so beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

Myfanwy said...

Hugs all round. What lovely photos.

Wanda said...

I agree. Gotta hold them for as long as we can. My 6 year old is too big for me to carry for far now and I miss it.

She will love these photos down the road.

High On Craft said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog again! Has it really been that long since you brought AA home?? Wow. I remember following your trip to China and your first days together as a forever family. What an absolutely beautiful little girl AA is.

Jboo said...

You two are so sweet! I love that even though Maddy is 8, she still likes to sit on my lap and snuggle and I even carry her around a little, but she is getting a big big for me to do that. Hope you all have a great weekend!
Janet

Gail said...

Beautiful of the 2 of you!!!! Love it. And I still carry Grace (age 7) around now and then, and of course Will(4) a lot. He's my snuggle bunny. :)

Dita said...

These are gorgeous pictures of the two prettiest girls in Florida!

The Byrd's Nest said...

Lottie is our snuggle bug and I am certain her love language is touch! Love these pictures!

Isabella's Mommy and Daddy said...

LOVE IT....
Mommy-Daughter time is always good...
Have a great Sunday...

Vivian M said...

I remember the first pictures of you holding your daughter, and how she was not happy. Just look at her now!