Sunday, March 24, 2013

What I blog for...

This weekend we got to see three of our "Fab Four".  We always enjoy them all and watching their little imaginations at work.  Each has his/her own special personalities and talents.  I love to preserve it here for the future and see them grow, as well as remember some of the things that we did.
Bailey is very mechanical....here taking apart a new gadget.
And Emma (best known for her curls) is just a sweetie!
The day was nice...there was a lot of hugging...





between us all.

We played 'hide n' seek" and found all the best places, played "duck, duck, goose" and others.

The girls played doctor...

and took turns healing each other. 

Emma started running out of steam...

but not her sister!

Ah, yes, all good things must come to an end.

Do sugar plum fairies dance this time of the year??

Then, the next night we had Bryden for a couple of hours.  He
has become a good little artist.

Studies things (not too long...) and paints.

I was impressed with the symmetry of his painting. 
He said it was his mom...lol! 
Precious children!!

17 comments:

Rebecca Jerdee said...

You and Kathy surely know how to entertain and have fun with your grands...they are such a treasure!

acorn hollow said...

they are growing and as cute as ever.
Cathy

Kerri said...

Such cuties Donna! Emma was just a baby in the picture on your header....they grow so fast.

Kim said...

I can't think of a better reason to blog. Those little grands are precious. Keep snapping those pics and preserve every memory.

yaya said...

I love Emma's curls! You know I have a soft spot for them...speaking of curls, yours are looking marvelous! I love the pic of you and Bailey. I still think Bailey looks alot like Chelsea when she was little. However, I do think Bailey has the makings of a wonderful Doctor like Momma! (and Daddy too!) It's fun to see talents that parents have showing up in the kiddos..like Bryden and his art..fun weekend with the Grandkiddos..we enjoyed the girls coming here. Hopefully next weekend with Craig's family will be as fun..but no doggie doo to clean up!

Cro Magnon said...

Some stunning photos there. Doctors, curls, and an artist; what more could you want!

Molly said...

Lovely pictures and precious memories

Sue said...

They look adorable,and so do you!

=)

PS. Do you print your blog in books? I have been doing that, and I really like it!

Marsha @Spots and Wrinkles said...

Donna, How blessed you are to have those little cuties around.

Ann said...

Those pics are so cute
especially those hugging ones.

Vicki Boster said...

Oh Donna- your babes are so precious and beautiful. Being with grand babes is THE best thing in the world. Your photos are just gorgeous--- and it is such a blessing to see you looking so wonderful and happy.,

Have a blessed Easter--
xoxo
Vicki

Deb Shucka said...

You must have the most beautiful grandkids on the planet. Clearly the most loved. Thanks for making me smile on this cloudy and cold first day of April.

Judi said...

I wish you were MY grandma!!! You are such a wonderful grandma... and mother, and sister, and friend, etc.
I think you need to get out your scissors, tho, and clip that poor girl's hair or she will go blind! haha

Judi said...

I wish you were MY grandma!!! You are such a wonderful grandma... and mother, and sister, and friend, etc.
I think you need to get out your scissors, tho, and clip that poor girl's hair or she will go blind! haha

Judi said...

PS Bailey has better technique with the stethescope than many of the nurses I have seen!! Think she will definitely follow in her mother's footsteps.

Katherines Corner said...

precious memory making xo

Michael Manning said...

What nice memories from these photos!