Monday, March 23, 2009

February

We enjoyed a few warmer days in February-warm enough to go play outside for a little while one evening. This is Jonathan (on the left) and William in their little wagon (the one we got at a yard sale for $2-did I blog about that yard sale?). I love the little outfits they are wearing in this picture. I bought one for William to wear back in December when he was going to have his surgery so he would have something soft and comfy to wear. I couldn't resist one for Jonathan, too. I think this is one of my favorite pictures of these guys. I can tell who is who by looking at the side of their heads. Can you tell? No? I will tell you then. William is on the left and Jonathan is on the right. Just another picture in the wagon (Jonathan on the left, William on the right). And I can't leave out Emma, terrorizing the yard in her Barbie "Jeek." Here are the boys, in Tennessee, at Nannie and Papa's house. They loved the glass door. Aaron kept hiding around the corner and at the end of the porch so I could get this picture. It was cuter in person!

9 comments:

Piglet de' Erin said...

OH I love the barbie jeek. Emma is such a little lucky girl. and way to go on the yard sale find! that is so awesome. Miss you.

lisapenn said...

Haley, you have the cutest little boys! Oh, how busy you must be with twins. I remember those days, although I was not their mother. I found your blog via Gretchen's I think. I have enjoyed getting to "know" your sweet family.
www.penningtonfamilyfarm.blogspot.com

Peggy said...

You boys are getting so big! And so cute! Not to mention Emma. Such a cute family!

Janel said...

The boys looks so cute in the wagon. I bet they have so much fun just playing together. I love the daddy daughter date pictures. I love yours and emmas dresses...so pretty. We can not wait to see you guys this summer!

tammy said...

Pictures of your boys make me want to munch on their cheeks.

Sandra & Brent said...

I just ate up those last two blog posts . . . loved them! I can't believe that those boys are a year old and I've NEVER seen them. Long distance just sucks rocks. If you're having a good cry over them turning one, I'd love to be a fly on the wall when you send them on two year missions! Belive me though . . . I understand. Sometimes, I'll pull out an old photo album and spend some enjoyable time remembering what it was like to have little ones but ultimately, I always end up crying. Can't help it. Love ya, Sandra

Sandra & Brent said...

I nearly forgot to comment on Emma . . . how could I have done that!? Please tell her that Auntie Sandra thinks she's just about the beautifulist Tiny Dancer she's ever seen. That Cinderella night sounds like every little girl's dream night. Love again, Sandra

Sandra & Brent said...

Whoops . . . I also forgot to tell you that I just updated my blog also. Check it out when you have a rare minute. Sandra

Sandra & Brent said...

Whoops . . . I also forgot to tell you that I just updated my blog also. Check it out when you have a rare minute. Sandra