Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Somedays...


...I wish they'd grow up faster (then they'd be easier right??)  Other days I wish they'd stay little forever.  Yesterday was one of those days:)

11 comments:

Alyssa Hanzon said...

Everyone tells me children become harder as they get older (more stubborn, more opinionated, harder to keep close to you...)

But, on the really tough days, it is difficult to imagine they could be any more challenging than they are when they are young. Who knows?

What I know for sure is that really good days with the children make a dramatic difference in how we view ourselves as mothers and how we view the world.

SO...HOORAY FOR THE GOOD DAYS!

jennallenufpa said...

Enjoy the journey. In just a few years you will look at this darling picture and wish you could go back. Imagine my 3 kids in the bath tub together; ha, ha. Every stage has its pros and cons. Don't wish them away, just enjoy them as they come.

The Brannon Family said...

That is a great photo!!!

I do that all the time, wish Gabbie was running around saying cute things. Then I realize that each stage is fun and perfect! And they move through the stages so fast! Gabbie is only 2 months and already I sometimes miss the newborn stage, but am loving the smiley cooing stage...

Shauna said...

What cuties!

Dawn said...

Your kids crack me up!!
Way too smart!
Way too oblivious!
Way funny!

Way WAY entertaining!

Maybe you should refrigerate the rainbow cookie dough and keep pulling it out each day. I would milk the rainbow dough for ALL it is worth.

Kelli @ writing the waves said...

That is the cutest picture!

P.S. I left you a little something on my blog. :)

Kami said...

That is a great picture...frameable and perfect for the bathroom. Seriously. Cute!

Logan and Ashley said...

I agree with the frame comment! How stinking cute are they???

Leslie said...

one of THOSE days, eh? i know those days.

amanda said...

mom i lov you

Natalie said...

Such a cute pic. Can't believe how fast they are growing. Seems like just yesterday you were in our ward and Jane was a baby. Ah, the good ol' days. I miss them. :)