Wednesday, February 4, 2009


French Lique has more WW posts to see.
Mine is not exactly wordless...please forgive me.
Thanks Dixie, for hosting!

My Samuel
(I waited longer than Hannah for my son)

Philmont-Boy Scout High Adventure

Off to ukulele practice today, you have fun too!


Jennifer said...

Nice pictures. Aren't boys fun?
Have a good day

Anonymous said...

LOVE the kitty and Samuel photo!! He looks like a great kid!

Happy WW!!! Dana

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

You got some great shots there. Love the pic with the kitties :0).
Thanks for sharing and have a fantastic day!

Joan said...

Beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing them!

Dixie's Whimsey said...

candy... what a cutie... but you have your hands full keeping the little girls at bay.
hugs. dixie

Raggedy Girl said...

Stopping by from Wordless Wednesday to admire your Children. Wishing you a happy day!
Roberta Anne

Elena said...

Loved the pictures. The one with the kittens is just too cute. I waited a long time for my baby too! Thanks for sharing and have a great day!

Shari said...

That's a handsome young man you have there. Love the picture with the kitties. Aren't sons a barrel of fun?! Mine is just a little older, 17.

I think it's so neat that you are learning to play the ukulele. That's one of those instruments that really allows you to make music wherever you go. I bet you have a lot of fun with it!

Kathy said...

He was worth the wait - he's beautiful!

mbkatc230 said...

What a beautiful son! Love the picture with the kitties. Kathy

Elizabeth Ann said...

Nice to meet you from WW on Ms. Dixie's blog...

What a handsome son you have! I understand what you say about waiting for a child...I'm 49 with a 14 year old daughter. I don't have the energy of being young, but we sure share the laughter!


Thank you for sharing your beautiful boy with us. Happy Wednesday!


Carla said...

What a pretty child-I mean HANDSOME!!
Have fun with that ukulele today:)

debbie said...

i too love the picture with the kitties. i was blessed with a boy and a girl...i wish everyone could see how wonderfully different and unique they are but then that is true for the blessing of every child.