Thursday, July 16

It's never too early for some things . . .

Learning to use a paintbrush . . .
Framing your subject . . .
Napping . . .

20 comments:

  1. I am SO in love with Atticus and Kiran! They are both just cute as can be. How do you get anything done with the two of them around? I would want to be playing with them and huggin' on them all of the time!! You are very blessed!!

    ~Allie

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  2. I love the last photo--the boys and their blankies. Sigh. Wish I were there right beside them!!!

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  3. Yup, these two have won my heart! and so glad to see that the talent has been passed down!!!

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  4. It is good to see that you are teaching him the basics :)
    We will be going to New Mexico in September.
    We love Pinon nuts...my Husband would like to know if they are available in September :)

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  5. Love that he has a green thumb! I cannot get over how you capture the moments with him....

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  6. I whole-heartedly agree on all three! What beautiful moments you manage to capture.

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  7. Dear Stiffie:

    This is the very first comment I am leaving on anyone's blog from my new computer, that I had to buy online, from a hotel room in Kentucky, just days after my 4-year-old Apple blew up in the Saddle Bags of my motorcycle.

    I alone know how you threaten to beat Kiran and Atticus if they don't assume these cute poses when you feel like like taking pictures. I am amazed how no one sees that look of total apprehension in Kiran's eyes, or the fear in Atticus's.

    Still, I wanted you to know how I miss you, Stiffie, and wish you were here with me on this trip. It has been raining for two days now -- and the other guys are getting tired of pushing my bike out of the muddy trench, especially as I refuse to get off of it.

    I am thinking about you, Stiffie, and hope I have inspired you to think something about me too, now that I have written you.

    Sincerely,
    The man who is usually in the front office attached to your kitchen, but who is now somewhere in the deep south,
    Jack

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  8. Awww...I see is taking after grandma with that camera ;)

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  9. No, NEVER!!!
    xox
    Constance

    Happy weekend to you Leslie~

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  10. Oh how wonderful for your little guy to have you teach him about art! (but I know he has it already in his soul). Your photo's of these two loves are so beautiful... Roxanne

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  11. I've said it once, I've said it twice...I'll say it again... You take the best photographs of children! And I want an Atticus.

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  12. You take some great pictures!

    I stumbled upon your blog somehow and I have been looking for different template designs for blogger.

    Did you have someone design your blog or how did you get the photos to be so large?

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  13. oh man..........


    this
    is EXACTLY

    how i want to spend
    ALL MY TIME..


    :-)


    exactly
    ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

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  14. don't many of us know how it is to work so hard at art and photos that we just fall in a pile at the end of it all?

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  15. This is probably the best post I've ever seen about anything. It should be a poster. Miss you Leslie.

    Play date for Harley and your brood?

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  16. it's no mystery who he takes after! love, love, love that header, btw!

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  17. Oh! Wonderful!
    You took great photos!

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  18. Great photo of mans or shall I say boys best friend and boy!

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  19. Kiran is so delicious! What a cutie pie!!
    AND you are a fun grandma!

    Woof to A & S
    And hope you will have a nice weekend friend!
    xox
    Constance

    Fab photos Leslie!!!

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