Wednesday, April 28, 2010

{Spring Ramblings}


The tulips in my front yard are just now blooming.  I know, yours are probably almost done, but these guys don't get much sun being near a fence and tree cover....but look at them now! I think tulips are my favorite flower. 


Ry loves to be snuggled up like this on the couch.  I tuck his arms in and the sides of the blanket all around.  He looks so cozy...so sometimes I grab a blanket and snuggle up with him too.  I mean, this little guy is hard to resist. 

Our little ballerina just after the official 'picture day' at the dance studio.  She can't wait for her recital coming up in June!


Counting down the days for the big Dalley family trip to Florida.  My kids are beyond excited.  I am day dreaming of spending time on this boat in the sun with my little kidlets...especially during the torrential down pour and hail storms that passed through today. 

3 comments:

Jen I 4:41 AM  

Oh how I hope none of OUR recent torrential rainstorms hit your cruise ship!! This week has been beautiful though, and even if it does rain it won't be all the time and you'll still have family to hang out with. That's so fun you're going on a cruise!

SuburbiaMom 2:36 PM  

Great pictures--your kids are so darn cute!

Carmen Goetschius 8:37 AM  

Such sweet pics! Have a fab time on your vacation!!!!!

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