Monday, February 20, 2012

Happy. Jumpy.

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He has the happy and the jumpy down pat. I am sure the rest will come in time.

best morning lesson ever.
xoxo, Anna

17 comments:

  1. Annie C6:33 PM

    I cannot believe how fast he's growing!!! And I'd like an infusion of that energy . . .

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  2. so cute! I love his studying face. :) (and those voiles in the background aren't bad either)

    Beautiful kiddos!

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  3. Que lindos.Fotógrafa de primeira,isso que é pegar no pulo.Lindo post,obrigado.

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  4. So sweet... all the right moves!

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  5. they are so cute!
    nice blog ;-)!
    xo

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  6. Anonymous6:34 AM

    Ditto what Annie C wrote. My very first thought upon seeing the first image was "Oh my! He's grown up so much!" We're seeing him grow right before our eyes. *sniff*

    Likewise what tracejay said. The fabrics caught my eye for a split second, but the kids are the real beauties! :-)

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  7. AM! What are you feeding Roman? He is getting so big! What good big sisters he has! And what a good mother too, as it looks like this is all going on in your studio (?). So cute!

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  8. Wow! When did your kids grow up so big! Yikes

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  9. So Big! How does that happen?! Lol

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  10. always love pics of your kiddos.
    Love the macro lens- how FUN! The stitching shot is so intricate, I can't tell if it's floss or yarn or crewel work; which I am still trying to figure out. I love to hand embroider, and need to venture out into other sources of thread, arn,floss, etc.

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  11. Oh,no! Is that really Roman?! He's so big! When did our little baby grow up?

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  12. wow,how sweet!I love to hand embroider, and need to venture out into other sources of thread, arn,floss, etc. thank you for sharing it to me!

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  13. I've just finished a seminar that was held by a very distinguished child psychologist in my country.

    The point of the seminar was that kids of 3-6 years of age should run, jump and jump an jump as swirl as much as they like because that is what their brain needs for the best possible development. It just crossed my mind, looking at your "little cubs" skipping rope :)

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  14. So cute! Looks like some serious fun!!

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  15. Cute kids, I hope they are happy.

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