Monday, May 12, 2008

Mother's Day!

Happy Mother's Day!
Just wanted to share some pictures from our Mother's Day yesterday:)

Morgan and Mommy

Love this girl!!

Eskimo Kisses

I really don't remember what was so amusing, but I thought the picture was cute:)

Morgan and Grandma J.

7 comments:

Rebecca said...

precious pictures! love the eskimo kisses and the one below that. beautiful! happy mother's day!

Indian Lake Papa said...

Oh my - she is so precious! I kinda get the impression you like being a mommy!

Amanda said...

happy mother's day...a few days late! :) from your last few posts it looks like you've been doing the same thing we have...playing on the swingset! :) hopefully today will be a lovely indiana afternoon, just perfect for being outdoors!

Wendi said...

LOVE THESE! Morgan is such a little lady!
Isn't Mother's Day so special when you reflect on how amazing being a mommy has been for us?! I'm glad you had a good one! I did too!

ladybytwerk said...

I love her eyes in the eskimo kisses pic! Cute pics!

Wendi said...

Renee,
I 'tagged' you on my blog. Please know I consider this totally optional. I know you either enjoy memes or hate them... :) This one is to sumarize yourself in 6 words, so it can be fun, but it is not easy. :) Take it or leave it. :) I think it's fun to see what people come up with!

your sis said...

ran across this and thought it was cute....happy belated Mother's Day!

If You Give A Mom A Muffin
If you give a mom a muffin,
She'll want a cup of coffee to go with it.
She'll pour herself some.
The coffee will get spilled by her three-year old.
She'll wipe it up.
Wiping the floor, she will find some dirty socks.
She'll remember she has to do somelaundry.
When she puts the laundry in the washer,
She'll trip over some snow boots and bump into the freezer.
Bumping into the freezer will remind her she has to plan supper for tonight.
She will get out a pound of hamburger.
She'll look for the cookbook. (101 Things to Make with a Pound of Hamburger.)
The cookbook is sitting under a pile of mail.
She will see the phone bill which is due tomorrow.
She will look for her checkbook.
The checkbook is in her purse that is being dumped out by her two-year old.
She'll smell something funny.
She'll changer the two-year old.
While she is changing the two-year-old the phone will ring. (Of course!)
Her five-year old will answer it and hang up.
She remembers that she wants to phone a friend to come for coffee on Friday.
Thinking of coffee will remind her that she was going to have a cup.
She will pour herself some.
And chances are,
If she has a cup of coffee,
Her kids will have eaten the muffin that went with it.

Author- Kathy Fictorie