mary adelyn has been running around the house chanting that phrase since march madness began. i hate to break it to her daddy that she'll probably be a tarhole, unless duke decides to offer free tuition to blonde hair blue-eyed girls.
whoops--it's close to the end of march and i've only posted one other time this month. sorry folks. we've been a little busy here with architectural plans, budgets, a 16 month-old, and a hopeful new side career. yep, that's right. i am officially building my photography portfolio. and i've been fortunate enough to have three new babies (all within one week of each other) to practice on. something is definitely in the water. i've been steering clear of the tap, so we definitely won't have any big news to report anytime soon.
now, back to my hopeful new side career. here's a few sneak peak photos of the beautiful babes that are now in our wonderful family of friends:
meet the newest little moore, gabe
and baby girl heimburg, vera clair
and finally, super cutie quinn lee
needless to say, my nights and weekends are now filled with editing pictures of these cuties. three shoots within eight days makes for a great start to a hopeful new side career...and an unbelievably high pile of laundry.
we're pretty sure that we aren't going to spend anytime indoors by the time the days of spring are in full swing. but until then, we sure are glad that we found this cool little place just down the road in hendersonville. it's called the hands on museum. any toddler's dream come true, with a grocery store, bakery, nursery, arts & crafts, waterfall.... the list could go on and on. and so could mary adelyn.
this girl loves to shop. but she's not so big on the paying part. imagine that.
she'd prefer to cut and run. and leave all the groceries behind.
she's just a little more interested in exercise equipment.
can someone please tell me where we can find a toddler treadmill? it was AWESOME!
and no daughter of school nurse can pass up the opportunity to wash her hands.