Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Good Thing Santa Included a Tow Package

I wish these photos could fully translate the joy of this moment--
 No.  It's not the debris from midnight fireworks in the street.  See the belt looped over the mirror?

Evie was dubbed "The Queen," placed in her "throne" of pillows, babies, silkies and pacys, and the boys were chauffering her around the cul-de-sac.  All at the top speed of 8 mph.

Miss Lily was her lady-in-waiting, directing the parade from her mint green beach cruiser.

It was awesome.  Love those kids.

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23 comments:

  1. Love it - and you got pictures, so Princess Evie will get to enjoy this for years to come.

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  2. How cute is that? I love observing your family from afar.

    =)

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  3. Oh that is too cute :) I love how imaginative your kids are and how well they get along and love each other!

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  4. Oh I love this!!
    Something my two would dream up for Miss Aubrey for sure.
    Wish we had your sunshine and warmth!!!:)
    Enjoy the day

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  5. So cute! Did Evie enjoy it?
    Brady had a green tractor that was his ride for years...boy did we get our money's worth out of that thing!

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  6. Oh my gosh, how cute is that? That just makes my day. What great brothers.

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  7. This brings back so many memories of the creative things we did growing up in our tight cul de sac of friends. I love this so much! Thank you for making my morning so happy and bright.

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  8. This is awesome. The sidewalk would scare me, though, because apparently I have become a wimp since motherhood.

    I remember my siblings towing me around the house in a large sack made for wooden blocks... including down the stairs.

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  9. How cute!!! Is Eve asleep? I am always amazed at the things older siblings do to younger ones and the younger ones love it.
    (By the way, sidenote on Christmas jammies- I made jammie pants for Jason and I that matched the kids'. I mentioned to him that I want to do this as a tradition for the kids every year, but I didn't think I was going to make some for us every year. Jason had a very strong opinion that we (he) needed to be included in the new jammies every year too! I guess it's a good thing I only have 2 kids!)

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  10. How sweet! I just love how carefully they tow her around!~Ames

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  11. What a great mom who lets them do this.

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  12. What cuties! I love the imagination and ingenuity of kids!

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  13. I could not handle watching her be that close to the edge of the sidewalk, my heart would be in my throat. Looks like fun though! And I adore Lily's bike, I want one just like it!

    PS-I miss your blogroll-I know it was a thorn in your side, but I still miss it!

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  14. Shoot, I'm jealous!! I want to BE one of those kids!! Sounds like F-U-N to me!!!!

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  15. that is one sweet ride!!! It seems like they are all working together for the common good. Don't ya love it when that happens?

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  16. Ha. I love it. There she sits. Enjoying the ride. Don't you wish life was that easy. I love your new header pictures. Bright and full of color!!

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  17. they are phenomenal kids! :) i love it.

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  18. I think it is wonderful that your children are so adventurous and also so careful. Those boys must have felt very important to be moving out with such a precious cargo. Just loved that picture. You also have a bunch of terrific looking kids. Yours is a handsome family.

    And thanks,too, for stopping by my premier blog.

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  19. That's just adorable - no other word for it!

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  20. So cute. Fit travel for a little princess. :)

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