Monday, February 8, 2010

Sunday in the Park



Yesterday found us at our children' school for open house. Of course we are always the last to leave from where ever it is that we are leaving , just for the mere fact that I couldn't get all five kids in the same spot at the same time. Even Miss Em was whisked away by here adoring fans.
Well, because of that one of the teachers, who is also a sweet friend, sent us off with a boat load of left over hot dogs and buns, with the suggestion that we feed the ducks with the bread.

Great idea! So off we went.


Miss Em slept through it all.

11 comments:

mandd3 said...

So sweet. I grew up next to a lake and the wans ate more of my summer lunches than I did.

mandd3 said...

SWANS - that's what I get for posting before the second cup of coffee

Heather said...

Looks like a beautiful day in RI.I love sweet Em all snuggled up ... scarf and all.

Love your Thankful Sunday post... not the disappointment parts but the rest ... especially the 3 steps!Wow Miss Em .. your on your way!

scrappy quilter said...

I always enjoy looking at your pictures. Little Miss Em is so cute. What a neat thing to be feeding the ducks. We won't be doing that for a few months yet. Hugs

Pom Pom said...

Oh, Miss Em is such a lamb!

To Love Endlessly said...

I was thinking such pretty pictures and the last one got a HUGE "awww" sleeping babies are so snugglie!

Lacey said...

She looks so cozy in the stroller. My boys love to feed the ducks!

Denise said...

So it looks like you guys didn't get any of that snow over the weekend...guess I don't know my East Coast geography very well!! Cute pics.

Kele said...

Aren't you glad you guys are slow pokes?! This looked like it was an awesome little memory, the first picture is so cool... and of course, the last picture is so very precious!!

Emily said...

So much fun! Loving the snuggle bear fast asleep!

Tina said...

Simply love that picture of little Emmie, all suggly and warm and cosy. Looks like you all had a great time and made some more happy memories. Such joy in simple things, those are the greatest