Friday, April 13, 2012

This Moment

I'm joining in with SouleMama's Friday {this moment} ritual.

"A single photo -no words- capturing a moment from the week.  A simple, special, extraordinary moment.  A moment I want to pause, savour, and remember."



32 comments:

  1. sweet faces and amazing concentration. love the tiny bit of tongue hanging out. the true sign that work is getting done. : )

    happy weekend!

    our moment: http://www.tribecayummymummy.com/2012/04/this-moment-getting-ready-for-easter-dinner.html

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    1. Happy weekend to you, too!

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  2. love the looks of concentration! Visiting from soulemama. Our moment: http://greenishmonkeys.wordpress.com/2012/04/13/this-moment-36/

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  3. I love the concentration on their little faces. Such a beautiful thing to see.

    Here is mine to share this week, a hunting moment...
    http://www.darkbluedragon.com/node/129

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    1. Thanks... love your moment! :)

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  4. Great shot! Love the little bunting!

    Here is mine: Four generations of women I love!! http://likemamalikedaughter.blogspot.com/2012/04/this-moment_09.html

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    1. Thank you... the bunting is reversible! :)

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  5. so sweet! I love the bunting on the wall!

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    1. Thanks. I love it too! ;)

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  6. Beautiful! So hard at work. Love all the little handmades and bits of nature, too. And the french braid!

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    1. Thanks. She has only just recently let me start plaiting her hair!

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  7. I am such a sucker for sibling pictures. They just melt my heart. Thank you for sharing this one!

    http://www.scwendy.com/2012/04/this-moment.html

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  8. So precious. Love how it captures how different we all hold our hands while drawing/writing. Have a lovely weekend!

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    1. Thanks... you too! :)

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  9. So adorable! I love pics with their tongues sticking out like that...thinking so hard! Have a great weekend!

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    1. Thanks, Melissa. You too! :)

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  10. A nice quiet moment. Love their concentration. Your daughter's braided hair is so pretty. Did you make the bunting in the background?

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    1. Thanks, Ellen. Yes, I made the bunting. It's reversible! Greens and yellows on the other side... waiting for summer! :)

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  11. Very sweet. You can tell they are hard at work. Happy Friday!

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    1. Thanks, Monika. Happy Friday to you, too! :)

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  12. Ahh... quiet time for mama! I love that bunting in on the wall.

    Here's our moment: http://littlehomesteadinthedesert.blogspot.com/2012/04/this-moment_12.html

    A little lesson in dish washing from toddler to baby!

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  13. So intent. Love those quiet moments.

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  14. So studious together. Too sweet with the ducky joining in!
    xo
    lynn

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  15. Love moments like this. Also love your bunting, gorgeous.

    Stopping in via Soulemama, have a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thanks, Kim! You too. :)

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  16. I love the concentration on your lil lovies faces but I also love all the things from your home that made it into the photo - the bunting in the background, the crochet duckie, and the stones on the table... it says a lot... it says I would probably love your home! ;0

    After a short break, we finally picked up another share from our CSA... http://sofiasideas.com/2012/04/13/this-moment-61/

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    1. Thank you! Those red turnips look delicious. :)

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  17. love their content expressions.
    Did you make the banner in the back? LOVE it!

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  18. Yep, and it's reversible - green and yellow on the other side for summer. :)

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