Thursday, November 04, 2010

{Every once in a while...} get a great picture of all three kids at once! 

This is a small miracle.  And you moms out there with 3 or more kids know what I am talking about!!

We love the fall and the amazing weather of the last few November none the less!


Andee (+ Kelly) 5:50 PM  

I am in LOVE with these photos!! I may not have 3 kids.. but I've got 2 5 month olds and it's very hard to get them to smile at the same time!! Miss you guys!

Camille 6:26 PM  

So cute! Nice leaves too! Guess Car Car doesn't need the Beiber iphone ap!

manders 10:40 AM  

Wow Rochelle you do such a great job not to mention that your kids are adorable so it is easy. Love the pics

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