Friday, June 20, 2008

Kute Kiddies

Just wanted to post a few recent pics of the kiddies so everyone can see how they are growing...

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Here's B & H lounging by our pool. They sat out there all day using those cute faces to beg us to let them go swimming...

and they won.

Stinkers.


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Sweet Baby H

She will be our athletic princess.
She loves to play ball with her daddy and brother,
but thinks she MUST wear a pretty dress
and have her hair fixed at all times!
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Come on, Mom!

Put the camera down!

I'm ready to play ball already!




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Kissing the ball for good luck.




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She's only 16 months old and she's already
hammin' it up for the camera.

We haven't even started playing yet and she's already sweaty.

That's Florida for ya.

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Hangin' with my big sis after the game.
Good game, good game.



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My poor sweet boy.

He was trying to be a good sport all day.

But he kept pulling on that right ear.

We found out yesterday that he has a punctured ear drum!

He was such a brave boy, though!
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Hope you like all the pics! :o)



And, to end with a Kute Kiddie Moment... Another Preacher Man, B story:



So we have been going through the Old Testament with the kids the past few weeks during our Family Bible Time. This week we have been studying the story of Hannah and Samuel.



When we got to the part when Hannah gave her first born son, Samuel to be raised by Eli the priest to fulfil her promise to the Lord, we asked the children what that meant (to give her child back to the Lord).



My studious daughter, R, of course, began (or I should say attempted) to give her deep, intellectual interpretation of what that sacrifice meant for Hannah, Samuel, and God.



However, she was interrupted by B, in his Preacher Man role.



He quite loudly interjected with his own "deep" interpretation of the Scriptures (for a 4 year old).



[very animated as he is acting it out]



"She would have to hold the baby and then THROW him up high in the sky to get him back up to the Lord."



Well there ya go.



Like I said in the last Preacher Man B story, if he ever decides he wants to become a preacher like his daddy, we will gladly and proudly let him...



He just needs a little work, first.



:o)

4 comments:

Deanna & Brandon said...

That is some serious red hair...adorable as always!!!

Love you all:

Nana.

The growing Adkinson family said...

hey michelle its me ape. I am finally back online. Oh my I can not get over H her red hair is so cute. I can not get over how big ur kids are. I always forget that bailee and B are the same age. I was thinking that bryson and b were the same but now it all comes back. Thats too bad u couldnt get the pic at the bucs boat that would have been fun to hold that over my dads head. :) talk to ya soon. good to hear from u. April

Scott said...

I like your new design. and the kids are gorgeous too. I'm glad we have connected again. It's been way to long since we have all seen each other in one place. But one....

Misty Burns said...

wew..that girl has some flaming red hair. (guess you don't hear that enough!!!) She is tooooooo cute. Preacher man is something else. gotta love that imaginative mind.