Thursday, September 23, 2010

Just a Playing

This evening the kids were outside playing and having a blast so I grabbed my camera.  I haven’t taken very many pictures lately and thought it was time to share some pictures of the kids playing.

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Here’s Ian sporting his new glasses.  Yes, he had to get them too.

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Abram with his sword.

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Cai, Ian, and Abram were charging after the other team, Cade and Tate.  They were in some sort of battle :)

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Faces of sweet Emma 

(She was playing by herself because Sarah and Asa were still napping.)

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Tate, Cade, and Abram plus silly Cai

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Showing me her rocks

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Abram was doing something with the tree!

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Cai, Ian, Abram, Emma, Cade, and Tate

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Sarah woke up and joined in the fun.  She likes hanging.

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While the other kids were playing down the hill, little Asa was playing inside. He likes it ok indoors but would rather be outside with the others.

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We’ve been busy with school and everyday life.  We have a fun field trip with horses tomorrow so we are looking forward to the fun.  Hopefully, I’ll get some good pics to share.  Plus, I’m looking forward to spending a couple of days with My Love next week.

Have a good weekend!

5 comments:

Cinnamon said...

Asa looks so grown up playing!! He's got the cutest smile. I love it!!

~Cinnamon

Kristal@knit1kids4.wordpress.com said...

Looks like lots of fun!

Mrs. Pat said...

After months of work pictures, it's fun to see the play pictures. They are cute!!

The Adventures of a Simple Life said...

I love these "everyday" shots. Tell Ian I like the glasses!

8)(8 said...

Great photos!

Wow, the baby is already climbing.

I love your son's industrial looking glasses. They look like they will last.

In the olden days, my brother Joseph needed a pair like that. My dad had to get a pair of welding glasses for him and have lenses put in them because he kept breaking his glasses.

My daughter wears glasses or contacts. She is always losing her glasses.