Saturday, September 18, 2010

Now This is What I Call a Field Trip!

Hiking a wooded trail with my family has it all over a large group tour of the children's museum any day...

My four favorite people...outside the womb, that is...

Little Big Man

Princess Acacia Lily

Micah likes sticks.

Yes...this was before the haircut...

Micah learns that some "sticks" are actually tree roots, and don't pick up so well.

Asher finds an acorn.

Sweetie girl...

Babes in the woods...

At the water's edge...

Nope. Couldn't have picked a better place to be on a Saturday afternoon...

Acacia, despite her best efforts, managed not to fall in...

What fun are you having with your family this weekend?


Peggy G said...

Your kids are beyond adorable!

Amy said...

Indeed a fun "field trip"! There is nothing like exploring God's creation. I am so thankful to have that setting right out our door!

My Seth's hair looks like Micah's did in the back. He doesn't have much in the front though. I keep debating cutting it but I too love the curls. One of these days.


Free Agent Mommy said...

We spent the day in the woods too! Right here in our Aspen stand - gorgeous golden already. Love this time of year...

Ashley said...

Hope you are doing well memorizing the verse from At the Well this week!

"Every word of God proves true." ~Proverbs 30:5a


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