Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Picture Time

D. and his cousin Alden in the back yard...


Cutie pa-too-tie.


My sister Jenny (right) and I outside the Loveless Cafe (yummm) in Nashville.


Two of the reasons my heart beats every day. (Keith and Baby J. napping)


You gotta know this made my heart MELT. Sweet, sweet boy.


My sister Jenny and I with the kids outside the Loveless Cafe.
(Jen's pigtails are crackin' me up and D. looks so realistic!)

11 comments:

Rebecca said...

Those are great!

Brandy said...

Great pictures! My family and I visit the Franklin area at least twice a year. It feels like home to me! And one of our stops...The Loveless Cafe. It's soooo good! I long to live in that area. It's so beautiful!

Mia said...

Looooove the Loveless Cafe. Just found it after two years here! Glad you are having such a great visit with your Sis.

Cindy Edgar said...

Those are great pictures! I can't believe how big Alden is! I'm glad you all had a nice visit.

Anonymous said...

Those pix are to die for!! OH MY! You've got MY heart beating now, too! What gorgeous, scrumptious folks y'all are!!
So happy knowing you all had a chance to spend time together!
c

texasknights said...

Great pics! I was a lurker on your blog tonight! You have beautiful boys. I found you via Sincerely Anna.

Amber said...

oh baby i am craving those biscuits now!!!

Alice Wills Gold said...

Oh i love the pic of Keith and Baby J...there is just something about a man and a baby.

In our church, we have a children's song that talks about Joseph and Jesus..after having babies and thinking about my good hubby with them, I cry every time at these lyrics:

When Joseph went to Bethlehem, I think he took great care To place his tools and close his shop and leave no shavings there. He urged the donkey forward the, with Mary on its back And carried bread and goat cheese in a little linen sack...

And here is the clencher:

I think there at the busy inn that he was meek and mild and awed to be the guardian of Mary's sacred child. Perhaps all through the chilly hours he smoothed the swaddling bands, And Jesus felt the quiet strength of Joseph's gentle hands...

Every baby deserves a daddy like that.

Roses Are Red, Violets are Violet said...

good gracious, alice...you're gonna make me plunk a teardrop into my shredded wheat!

:-)

Anonymous said...

Your husband is HOTTT!!! You should post more pictures of him!!!

:)

Roses Are Red, Violets are Violet said...

Thank you for that last comment, Keith. At least I know you're reading...

;-)