A lovely post indeed. Have a great week.
What a beautiful series! I love the one of your grandchild looking at the bunny cake, the ones with grandpa and the hospital. All of them are lovely! Hope your friend/relative makes a quick and complete recovery.
What beautiful pictures Lorraine. I love Caleb's decision to eat the whole thing! His eyelashes are so long and handsome. Jamie looks radiant and little Cambrie is really growing and changing fast. They are all precious.Praying for your friend.
Happy times. The sharing picture is classic.
Your grandchildren are so adorable! And Jamie looks a lot like you, I think. ;-)Hope your friend will be OK. I am sending a healing prayer.take care
Portraits look so good in sepia, I think. It's softer than B&W.
wonderful photos in sepia :) those kids are so adorable! :)u may view mine too here
How LOVELY....you have such a gorgeous family...You are SO blessed!!!! Love in Jesus,Miss Jen
Such precious photos!
It looks like you had a lovely Easter.
Thanks for shearing, lovely shots of your family in sepia ;)
Great photos! You have a knack for photography. Multi-talented lady I must say!Love the previous post about the doves. They are so pretty. Great close-ups.Hugs,Tara
The sepia is wonderful with the children, their expressions so loving in monochrome. A generous grandchild will never forget his granddad! Kids need to learn, so staying upright on a bike is fun work. Sweet family!
Your grandchildren are so adorable ~ love the photo of Caleb & his marshmallow treat! Keri & Cambrie are so pretty and Silas has such good taste ~ yum, chocolate! Hurray for Noah ~ no training wheels is quite an accomplishment.Jamie is lovely ~ she looks like her mother!I sure hope you had some extra marshmallow bunnies around ~ Pop-Pop really looks like he would enjoy one! : )I prayed for your dear one.....
Whenever I visit your blog, I am warmed by the photos of your family ~ I can see the closeness and happiness among all of you. May God lay His hand on your loved one in the hospital and bring peace and comfort.Blessings to you, Laurie
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