Weekly Photo Challenge: From Above
How I long to once again,
look down from above,
to the younger version,
of the eyes from my kids whom I love!
And of course where there are children there are cookies! Here are our gingerbread cookies that we each made over Christmas. One for every member of the family. Mrs. and Mr. in the middle. For more on my family adventures check out my Mommy blog at Writings of a Mrs Mommy
Thanks, I would have to agree with you.
Have a happy Friday.
Lovely Kids 🙂
Why thank you.
Thank you Sharon, I love them!
Lovely response to yhe challenge…enjoyed seeing the children and oh those gingerbread men. 🙂
Ginger bread ‘people’ are so fun to make, a big mess but fun none the less!
So right you are…people they were, and yes they are great to make with the kids.
You’ve got two beautiful angels! Please give them hugs and kisses from me:)
I have more than two but I will kiss them all for you!
we normally associate looking down with a negative connotation…children are joys you visually look down at from above and become instantly elevated…well sometimes…:)
Yes but from above is different than looking down 😉
So so sweet! Endearing captures 🙂
Kids seem to be so photogenic at all times. I wish this carried over into adulthood. 🙂
They have wacky hair in these shots it’s cute! Miss it!
I miss my kids as babies. They are 13 and 11 now. Still good ages, but when they were babies it was priceless.
Wow. Just saw this right after my most recent post. We are so disconnected, in a fascinating way 😛
Takes the multitudes right? 😉
If this was contest, You would win it hands down. Great shot.
Awww thank you. I appreciate your kind words.
Who has the broken legs? 😛
I love making gingerbread with my son too, he will be 3yrs old on the 15th of this month. Decorating is fun for him, but he likes eating stuff before we’ve finished ha-ha!
I can relate. My little guys are exactly the same way. Thank you for taking the time to comment and welcome to my blog!
I find that second photo particularly enthralling. There is something so playful yet nostalgic about it.
So cute. We have gingerbread Christmas ornaments that we made when the girls were little (and they’re in their 20’s) now. It’s so much fun to put them on the tree each year. And having pictures of your children is great and it’s so much fun to look at them each year.