Saturday, March 20, 2010

Hello Spring. We have been waiting like sad old men at ancient train stops.

explore big

the boys explore

papa teaches

papa teaches

john deer

finn pretends


that belly!

blaise pretends


But sooner than I think- they will be driving those beasts because that is my family!

Did I ever mention that I learned how to drive stick shift on a tractor when I was around the size of Finn or that I had a motorcycle when I was ten?
(Honda Xr80 if yr like minded.)
(Cherry Red.)

9 comments:

Tara R. said...

There is something about little boys and tractors that seem so right, so perfect.

mommaruth said...

Tractors at age 4.
Cars at age 7.

Laps where made to boost me up over the steering wheel. That's just how I was raised in the South.

[PS you're boys are cheeck-pinching worthy]

Headless Mom said...

Oh Am....they have grown so. I think they sprouted with the daffodils this year!

xoxo

Heather of the EO said...

One of my favorite things is knowing these things, "because that is my family!"

And a cherry red motorcycle? HOT. :)

K.S. said...

Hello. My name is Kimberly Stickrath, and I have been following your site for some time. I wanted you to know that I have nominated your site for The Sunshine Award , which is a blogger-created award, given to those whose "Positivity and Creativity Inspire Others."

For more information about this award, you may go to my blog, The Knack of Flying at http://knackoflying.blogspot.com

Thank you for your kindness in sharing a bit of your life with me.
Sincerely, Kim Stickrath

K.S. said...

Hello. My name is Kimberly Stickrath, and I have been following your site for some time. I wanted you to know that I have nominated your site for The Sunshine Award , which is a blogger-created award, given to those whose "Positivity and Creativity Inspire Others."

For more information about this award, you may go to my blog, The Knack of Flying at http://knackoflying.blogspot.com

Thank you for your kindness in sharing a bit of your life with me.
Sincerely, Kim Stickrath

Kim Baise said...

Oh my goodness! look at that belly!!!! Soooo sweet (:
Beautiful Pics and colors, Amy.
Happy Spring to you!

Boy Crazy said...

ooooh that belly. i love it.

elizabeth

Tricia said...

That baby belly is absolutely irresistible! I love the effect you used on the last picture. I'm really glad it's in Picnik because that means I can use it, too. But the picture has to be quality first; I need Picnik to actually just take the pictures for me. Spring is such a rejuvenating, reviving season. I love being outside with my little dude. Thanks for a great post, Amy!

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