Wednesday, August 15, 2012

In the Garden


xo







43 comments :

  1. How lovely. No words need to be said. Trina I hope your doing what I told you and making a book out of your blog as a keepsake and legacy for the twins. The posts are too precious not to. Xoxo lisa

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  2. just charming little farm hands, legs and feet.
    pve

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  3. ah, so healthy...both plants and children

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  4. What sweet little helpers you have. I can't believe how much they're growing! Enjoy these last few weeks of summer!

    xo Tim

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  5. Oh, my goodness! They couldn't be any cuter! Lovely garden, too!

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  6. Love, love, love! So precious your little munchkins . . . Thrilled for them that they have such wonderful parents . . .

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  7. Oh my goodness this is so sweet!!..now what could be more enjoyable than gettn' in the garden with those little darlin's.

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  8. Looks like you have taught them well. Happy gardening have a great evening!

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  9. Awe, look at those babies out there checking up on the garden progress, so sweet!
    xo~
    T

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  10. There goes that shirtless boy of yours and that most dainty of ballerinas tending your garden. It's so good to start them at an early age. What a precious sight to behold!

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  11. You are so lucky to have such lovely helpers! Sara, Ohio

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  12. What a cute picture! Your garden is beautiful! Ours has long gone for the year.

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  13. Trina, this photo looks like an illustration from a child's book of fairy tales. Where everything is just perfect and full of wonder. So sweet. A good capture of childhood.

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  14. They're beautiful. What a precious capture. ♥♥

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  15. Busy little harvesters! Beautiful!
    xoxo

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  16. Made me think of "how does your garden grow". What sweeties.

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  17. perfect. they are most adorable.

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  18. Oh my goodness - that is THE most gorgeous image ever! Your little darlings are a pure joy to see.
    best wishes,
    Paula x

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  19. ...oh my...a picture is indeed worth a million words...the time is fleeting...hold them close...blessings laney

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  20. That looks like an illustration from a children's book, and I see I'm not the only one who thought so! Lovely photo.

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  21. What a great shot! Kids just love gardens don't they? :) Kit

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  22. OMG!!! I just want to squeeze them.

    Not trying to delve into your privacy, but it would be so fun to have a longer post about the kids, many photos, and what they are up to.

    You show them in photos...but can we have a wee bit more? Please, please!!!

    Are they best buddies?

    B.

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  23. I know when we move back to the US, I will have a house with a garden. But I need a house with a garden with babies ! Wonderful photo :)

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  24. So adorable!! (And, BTW, your house is beautiful!!)

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  25. Hunters and gatherers!
    Adorable.

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  26. They look very busy (and look like they probably keep you on your toes as well)!! So adorable!!! Blessings. Linda (Phila burbs)

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  27. Words can't even describe how precious this is. I really miss the green and country. We living in AZ now and I just dream of moving somewhere green!

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  28. ...with silver bells and cockle shells and two precious babes in the rows...
    xoxo,Chris

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  29. ...with silver bells and cockle shells and two precious babes in the rows...
    xoxo,Chris

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  30. ...with silver bells and cockle shells and two precious babes in the rows...
    xoxo, chris

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  31. Ya gotta love the bent knees for balance.

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  32. So adorable! They're getting so big...I suppose children tend to do that. :) ~ Jamie

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  33. So sweet and as much as I would love to see and know more about them, I think it would not be the best to tell to much. Your families privacy is much more important than our need to know. Have a great weekend.

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  34. Loving it...we started them early too :) Now 8 and 13....my son still says///"Don't pick the green ones!"

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  35. Adorable! It's so nice to have such sweet little helpers in the garden... :-) My oldest daughter eats the cherry tomatoes faster than I can pick them!

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  36. Now ain't that the cutest thing.

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  37. Oh my stars. This is the best thing I've seen on the Internet all summer. What a wonderful photo. :) They look like they belong in the garden, Trina ... sweet little garden sprites or something. :)

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