Our children LOVE to play out side.  We seriously spent hours outside each day during the summer.  The other day they really wanted to go outside so we bundled up and headed out.

Yes, she has a passy in her mouth.  It was after nap and I just wasn’t going to fight that battle.  But isn’t she cute with her brother’s baseball bat?

Sometimes you just have to lay in the grass and look at the sky.

Fish face!

“Mommy, maybe you should water these flowers.”

Then we went inside to get warm.  Charlie thought the Christmas tree needed some more decoration.  (That’s his sippy cup.)

That evening Aunt Melanie came over to play!!  🙂

Thankfully they don’t fight me about putting on their coats, hats, and gloves as long as we can go outside.  But my goodness…it is SO COLD!

Published in: on December 14, 2010 at 3:40 am  Comments (7)  

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  1. i love the fish face and the sippy cup in the tree… your babies are just too cute!!

  2. i love these pictures! the ones of charlie laying in the grass and anna claire’s fishy face are my favorites 🙂 i need to see you guys soon!

  3. i love the pictures 🙂 maybe it will warm up a little bit very soon so that we can go back to the zoo one afternoon 🙂

  4. What precious pictures!! I laughed out loud at the sippie cup in the tree 🙂 Such sweet little ones…can’t wait to see y’all soon!

  5. Love the fish face!! C does this all the time too!! You’re brave to take them in the cold! See would be sick the next day!

  6. I just love these pictures!! So precious!

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