January 28, 2010

Week 41 of 52

Forever In Blue Jeans
I've accepted Carin's challenge, as a Mom, to get back into the picture. The idea is that once a week you take a picture of yourself. Give the camera to your hubby, the kids, the grocer. Who cares? Just pass it off and say, "Cheese." It's that simple. If you'd like you can post your picture on your blog. You can let me know you posted so I can check out your pics. You can check out my previous weeks or Click the button below to add your name to the Linky and take a look at all the others. If you want start fresh for 2010, Carin has a new challenge, "Shoot Me!" Check it out on her blog at Forever in Blue Jeans.

I had no pictures of me this week. It was 42 so we went outside for some fresh air and I ended up on the teeter totter with the kids. Kaitlin grabbed the camera and snapped a few shots for me to post. Thank the Lord for Kaitlin.

I love Elisabeth's face in this one! She would go up and down FOREVER!
When the kids got tired and the sun started to set, they decided to find the good old indoors again. We read some books and had a cuddle by the fire until they warmed up again.


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25 comments :

  1. Great photos! You're beautiful and you have a lovely family!

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  2. That is just the funnest shot of all of you on the teeter totter, pure fun!

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  3. What fun photos! I bet the kids love when you teeter tot with them.

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  4. Nothing like some good old fresh air before evening falls!

    Love the little wink Elisabeth is giving the camera in the second picture...don't know if it is intentional or accident..cute all the same.

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  5. Fun times of being able to go out and play, That it is not to cold!

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  6. This is one of those precious moments that you really have to capture in camera. When they grow up and have their own families, they will see how fun it was when they are growing up.

    Alone time with Hubby

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  7. Looks like everyone had a great day!

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  8. looks like a fun day outside. what a great mom! I love the 2nd pic. what a doll!

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  9. fun times! :) i agree with Darcie, she is soo cute with that wink :) great photos sissy!

    u may view mine here

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  10. I just love to stop by your blog. I'm sorry I haven't commented lately. Things have been a little crazy. I am on 41/52 this week too! We should all celebrate once all of us reach the 52 mark. :)
    PS Is your daughter still interested in helping me make a button for my blog? :)

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  11. How cool that you have a teeter toter in your back yard. Fun Sweet picture on the couch.

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  12. I love the look on your face in the one of you reading to the kids.

    Love you!

    nana

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  13. My favourite is the last one, such a happy baby face!

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  14. Fun pictures. Nothing better than time with mommy reading!!

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  15. I can't wait for spring! It looks so much fun to be outside and on the see-saw. Great job of your daughter capturing the fun.

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  16. YOu are such a fun mom! Those are great pics!

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  17. So sweet! Love the one with everyone on the couch cuddling. :)

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  18. Love your pictures. The picture of y'all reading on the couch is really sweet... especially Ellie's cute little face.
    I'm finally starting this 52 week project. :) I'm going to try to do it in the next year.

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  19. I love all the shots you shared...they look so joyful!

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  20. I love these posts, when you put up pictures of you with your family! A little peek into Wachter life :) That picture of Ellie is adorable!
    God bless you,
    Jo

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  21. beautiful, in-the-moment shots. you are an amazing woman and so easy to see you are a wondeful mother

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  22. I am finally making the rounds and wanted to say thanks for stopping by and following. I look forward to following you as well. I read your post about the dancing in the the kitchen, very sweet. I also enjoyed your teeter totter picture what fun!

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  23. And there's another strategy I've cottoned onto ... Some people may think that 2 months is too young for the playground, but I dare to disagree. We find ourselves happily swinging for a good 20 minutes to half an hour at a time. I even have pictures of him falling asleep on my lap in the swing. If you have any other entertainment strategies for a three month old, I'd love to hear people's suggestions.

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