Let's see em!
Hope your over the birthday - it did sound a little underwhelming.
that is such a great combination.photos?
yes my little ones are wondrousminds as well ~wasnt it Picasso who said it tookhim his whole life to learnhow to paint like a child?or remember how to paint likea child:) we are very blessed artists tohave children to bring us back...:)
what an awesome combination!
he is just so great! it is amazing how their minds work. we loved getting to meet the two of you yesterday, I am processing the photos right now.
oh yes, i'd love to see this
I just found your blog, thru another. And what I really want to know is, ARE YOU A HULA DANCER??? I lived in Hawaii for about 3 years, took beginning hula, and have pined for it ever since. Love your blog, by the way, even if you aren't a hula dancer!!
oh, I WISH I had photos of the penguin robots! ezra destroyed them before I was able to even get my camera out of the bag. that's what he does these days, he makes something and then he destroys it. it makes me crazy!maddie, yes-- I think you're right-- it was picasso. and nothing could be more true, I think.devinemom, sooo great hanging out with you all friday. I know ezra had a ball (and I did too). can't wait to see your photos! I haven't transferred mine yet but will soon. I think I got a great shot of the two of them with those typewriters... hoping, anyway. :)karine, I so wish I could say I was a hula dancer! kind of a long story how I chose the name hula seventy, though I will say that I am a dancer-- mainly modern, but have been trained in just about everything else... except hula! I look forward to the day I get to take a class and we are hoping to eventually make it to hawaii... especially now that we live on the west coast! thanks for the kind words about the blog!