Sunday, November 08, 2009

Lazy Sunday

It was a totally lazy day today; so lazy in fact that I did not even feel like blogging but I made a commitment that I would post once a day for all of November, so here I am.

We did so little today that the highlight of the day was heading outside with the DD this afternoon so that they could ride their bikes and take artistic license with their sidewalk chalk. Other than that, the only active thing that I did the whole day was to take a long walk. I had to do that since I am trying to get in better shape before Justin's wedding and the dress that I purchased a few months back did not exactly fit too well when I tried it on in the store.

I will give you all the gory details tomorrow. For now, I will leave you with some DD sweetness.









These next three photos were taken right after I told Ethan that he could not ride out of our cul de sac. He has been perfecting his sulking technique for quite some time and this seemed to be the perfect opportunity to show us how good it has gotten. Katie is trying to comfort him in these shots...




Back to having fun together.


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Monica said...

Lori your younger 2 children just make me smile. Love the sulking, my Katie has been working on those sulks as well. Too funny

Gail said...

These are precious Lori! You are really coming along with your photography...awesome job. Your candids totally capture the them!

And lazy Sundays are truly the best...:)

Wanda said...

Yup, everyone needs a nothin day. It's the only way to recharge the battery.

Have a great week!

Wanda (At Last...)

Love Letters To China said...

Your Sunday sounded just like mine except I had to squeeze about 3 loads of laundry in there. Love the pics of the kids. They are adorable as always!

Vivian M said...

Awww good thing the sulking did not last too long! And how sweet of Katie to comfort him!
Great pictures...

Tammie said...

Oh yeah! Ethan has the sulk down pretty good.

Don't you just love lazy Sundays? They're the bestest!

Bella Parties with Lisa said...

Great shots, Lori! I love to see the kids comforting each other, it really melts a mom's heart. :)