Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Don't put your dirty hands on your white...shirt....

Ok, I have to admit the day didn't start out on such a sweet sounding note.  It was more of a high-pitched shrilling screech with the word, "NOOO!!"
All because someone didn't want to wear their nice new white shirt.   About 60 seconds later, it was super cuteness, charm and an incessant chatter that could melt your heart!!  Not to leave out the darling sisters.  They were just as adorable and sweet but just a little more quiet about it all!  The oldest  beauty was wise beyond her 8 years and such a help to mom that I was quite amazed!  And the littlest one was a bundle of cuteness and sweet smiles.  She hardly made a fuss about anything.  All in all we had a great day and here's some of my favorite shots. 

P.S. the white shirt got a little messy :)

















9 comments:

Charla said...

Absolutely beautiful. But I want to see the dirty shirt, it still looks clean ;)

Renee Campbell said...

Gorgeous Photos Nette, as Always!!!!And I agree with Charla..want to see the dirty shirt too.!!! Peggi and Barry are blessed with these 3 beautiful children! These photos will be cherished for many years to come!

peggi_ann said...

Thanks so much for capturing the joy that my kiddies bring to us.You have a true talent.I love them all.
P.S. Had to soak the shirt in stain cleaner to get the mud and gravel out.

Just Bits and Pieces said...

Beautiful photos!!!!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful pictures as usual :) I'm like everyone else too now and wants to see the hands on white shirt, hahaah
Sheri

Serline said...

Gorgeous kids! And the whites just make them stand out more... have a blessed weekend!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful pictures Annette!
Heather

Josh, Steph, The Boys and Maddie said...

I am in love the 2nd to last photo! It is so perfect and so sweet! I love the bokeh in all your photos too! What lens do you use? Your pictures are absolutely gorgeous!

Annette Whelan said...

Thanks so much!! The second last one is my fave too!! I used 50mm f1.8 lens for this session. Hoping to get the 1.4 soon! :)