Scenes From a Quiet Day

Sitting and working, all together, in the breezy, sunshiny afternoon.
Sitting and working, all together, in the breezy, sunshiny afternoon.
"I'm wearing my sad face!" But she wouldn't turn around to show it.
“I’m wearing my sad face!” But she wouldn’t turn around to show it.
A bicycle, a pottery wheel, some topsoil, and chicken crates.
A bicycle, a pottery wheel, some topsoil, and chicken crates.
I spy... cows in the field?  Practicing with his daddy's telescope.
I spy… cows in the field? Practicing with his daddy’s telescope.
Playing a sea battle game on an ocean of silk.
Playing a sea battle game on an ocean of silk.
A hanging plant left conveniently under the spigot, because it would otherwise never be watered.
A hanging plant left conveniently under the spigot, because it would otherwise never be watered.
Comforting the newly awakened baby brother, while mama snaps photographs.
Comforting the newly awakened baby brother, while mama snaps photographs.
Laundry hung on the line, with the help of the versatile pram, which does an admirable job of holding up heavy laundry baskets.
Laundry hung on the line, with the help of the versatile pram, which does an admirable job of holding up heavy laundry baskets.

Scenes From A Sunny Day

We’re going for gritty, real-life photographs here this week (as evidenced by yesterday’s living room shot).  Today was gloriously sunny, quite warm, and gently breezy.  Lunch on the patio, baby in the pram, kids playing for hours in the yard, dinner on the grill, and laundry on the line.  Just a perfect day. Someday – […]

Scenes From An Ordinary Day

I’ve been taking the children out often these past few weeks.  I need to be out with them, but I need to also not be with other people.  Did you know there are very few families at the art museum? And that most of the adults just kind of leave you alone to do your […]

Just Henry

A pair of photos for my mom.  Regretfully, I haven’t taken many photos yet.  That would be One More Thing and I’d rather take a nap. Mister Henry had his two week well baby yesterday, and I’m happy to report that his constant nursing has paid off.  Eleven pounds eight ounces!  Go, baby! He’s a […]