Wednesday, April 05, 2006

A Picture is worth?

Generally speaking, they say a picture is worth 1000 words. But let me add a couple, because it will make the picture more meaningful. The Princess, (age 23) has a little Pea, (age 7 1/2 months) who is perfectly capable and perfectly bright enough to understand the request for kisses. This little brat, (said with lovingly clenched teeth!) is so dang stingy with her kisses. Mostly she will get turn her face away. Monster child, after all the clothes and toys I buy her? Hmph. Now the picture:
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She will ALWAYS give Little Man kisses. We had to redo this particular picture over at least 5 times before we were able to capture the sweetest moment. Not only will she ALWAYS kiss Little Man on demand, she will OFFER him kisses. Little Monster.

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Granny said...

Looks like you enjoy being granny. She's adorable.

Javier Tadefa said...

Do you mind checking out my Photo Gallery Site? There are many photos of our adventures (hiking, disneyland, etc.)

ipodmomma said...

hi Jo! well, I do live in York, but I am a native Californian, who just returned from a visit to that lovely state...

however, we've been here in the UK for almost ten years, and it's now my home too...

kind of a little bit tangled.... :)))

will now go back and have a good peek at your blog... sure like that picture!!! :)))

have a good one, and thanks for the comment! stop by anytime... :)))

mollie

ipodmomma said...

ok Jo, I am hooked! it started with just reading about the fry bread, which I had in AZ for the very first time on our trip back.. (trip back started in AZ to see my SIL and a very good friend.) local Native Americans were making it at the Mission San Xavier, and we had it as the shell of tacos... heaven!! yeah maybe it was deep fried, but boy was it YUM-MY!

then the pic of your eldest son and Girlfriend... wow, they look so good together, and I am really sorry it seems to have come apart... loved the story of the ornaments. she, as your whole famly are, in my prayers!!!

next, my b-day is in April too, near the end of the month. good month to be born in! I'll be 40, and actually not afraid at all. ha ha ha....

the puke factory made me smile, as I recall those days with my own, and have one incident clearly in my head of when Spencer, then about 7, seemed to find every place in his room and the bathroom in which to vomit, except for the toilet. in the middle of the night. when Peter, my DH was on night shift...

more? oh yes! friends who used to live here have since gone back to the US, to... yes, Utah! I don't know if they are Democrats, but she's studying to be a Lutheran minister. I know they are not native Utahans.. it that a word? I had a midwife for my first baby, delivered in hospital, but sure liked the experience. from where in CA are you all from?

then to your first post... very funny.... seems you have picked up the ball and have hit the ground RUNNING! I will be back, and may I put you on my list?

sorry if this is a wee bit lengthy... getting over a cold, it's 4.19 AM, and I have the comp to myself. got to grab these moments when they come! is your picture you as a wee one? and upon whose lap are you sitting?

questions, questions... :)))

Midori said...

That is adorable!!!

Gawdessness said...

This is worth millions