Thursday, April 19, 2012

Flower Girl...

Last weekend, Madison and her family traveled to Valdosta, GA for a family wedding.  The bride is a cousin of Madison's dad, and Madison had been invited to be the Flower Girl for the special occasion.  Since Valdosta is nearly three hours away from us, the family spent the entire weekend there.  It was very quiet around here...

Ed and I didn't attend the wedding, so I asked our daughter to please send me a photograph of Madison dressed up for the wedding.  She did.  My heart skipped a beat when I saw how beautiful Madison looked!

My daughter says Madison did a good job as Flower Girl, and had the time of her life at the reception!  I'm told that Madison was one of the first on the dance floor, and that she continued dancing the night away, along with many others.

This was Madison's third time being a Flower Girl in a wedding.  She's getting so big, it will also probably be her last.  Time is quickly passing...Before we know it, our little Madison will be grown and walking the aisle as a bride.  Now that thought really makes my heart skip a beat!  

Monday, April 16, 2012

Some Photos Worth Sharing...

A while back I think I mentioned grandson, Caden's tractor and trailer, a Christmas gift from his parents.  I also mentioned how Cade likes to haul certain things in his trailer.  I wasn't able to catch Cade in this photo, but I was able to photograph the contents of his wagon!  I spy his sippy cup, his "key", his favorite stuffed dog, and I think I also see his box of Thomas puzzles...just a few of Cade's favorite things!

Recently, I was lucky enough to be able to attend granddaughter, Madison's egg hunt with her pre-K class.  I was also lucky enough to capture this exchange of Easter eggs between friends!  That's Madison (in the green shirt), accepting an egg from her friend, Grace...So sweet!

I had to laugh when I read grandson, Chase's, shirt the other day.  It says, "Don't look at me, that smell is from Grandpa!"   This could very well be true!  LOL

This was our first-ever attempt at getting a group photo of the grandchildren!  We never did get them all looking up at the same time, but that's okay--at least nobody was crying!  (It's hard to tell, but all three had on their John Deere shirts.)  I hope this will be the first of many memorable group photos!