Girl Power

Excuse me, we’d like to chat but sometimes a girl just has to swing.

girls just wanna have fun

grab on tightlet's go!!

We will, however, stop for food. Food and giggling are very important in the Girl Power world.

smile, Sarah, they're looking at us

The big girls just sit around looking beautiful, but the rest of us have things to do.

hannah, rachel and bethany

Pick those flowers faster, girls!!

the girls pose for some pictures

We had friends over for dinner and games this evening. The little girls were busy and a bit difficult to capture on film without quite the blur of action. Rachel, Hannah and Bethany, however, were more than willing to step outside for a few pictures. We are very blessed to have good friends in our life.

Tomorrow we’ll have three extra boys over. Yikes! Don’t you know we’ll have some fun moments to capture on blog while they are here. :)

Project 365 – Day 209

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  1. Isn’t it amazing how fast they go from being little girls who like to “play” to big girls who like to visit, listen to music, and just hang out? We had 2 extra girls here this weekend (1 and 3 yos). It sure made me miss the days when my girls were that little! But, I LOVE my big girls, of course. It’s just so different.

  2. Hi thanks for the DELICIOUS food last night! It was soooo good! It looks like Tarah and Sarah had tons of fun!!!!! I know we had lots of fun to!

  3. We’re so glad you were able to come, Bethany. How was the movie! We missed you and cried the whole time you were gone. Okay, we didn’t really cry but we did miss you. :)

  4. The movie was really good! We liked it soooo much only we sat behind these teenagers that were hitting each other and talking realllly loudly throughout the WHOLE movie! It was a good movie though!

  5. This is absolutely adorable!! I just love the girls swinging and the older girls looking so very beautiful. Wow- I love your pictures, dear Katherine. MOre more!!

    Love you gals. Aunt Kate

  6. Bethany – sorry your seats were lousy (or at least your seat mates were). You have to wonder why they went to the movie if they were going to be so loud through the whole movie.

    Did your mom tell you we made her learn this long and complicated game? It will be lots of fun now that she knows how to play. I think the next time we all get together we’ll have to play Bible Apples to Apples. That’s a fun one and we haven’t played it in a long time.

  7. Cynthia – it is hard to watch them grow up. There is something dear and sweet and tender about those younger ages (especially when you somehow manage to forget all the unpleasant things about those stages–ha).

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