Sunday, January 10, 2010

Signs of Life..

Signs of life in the garden already! Grape hyacinths and garlic are popping up. Wait, what's the date?!
Poor Parenting 101:
Being so obsessed with getting this shot, that I didn't hear her telling me she was actually stuck. She's really good at getting that sock that always sticks to the back.

17 comments:

Pinecone Camp said...

You should teach a parenting course H! Adorable shot of Midge stuck in the dryer. By the way, Midge's cute little hand prints are all over the place....I'm leaving them all alone for awhile.
I'm so happy about the first signs of spring. I doubt VANOC is as happy!

koralee said...

You have the sweetest daughter ever! I know we have had the warmest weather lately...whats up with that...and the winter olympics are just around the corner...I really think we need snow not tulips????

country girl said...

Amazing! I can't imagine anything green appearing under this thick ice and snow we're having...thank you for sharing the photos and giving me back hope for spring :)

mise said...

That's such a charming shot, and I love grape hyacinths, as they are so small and hopeful. No chance of them here for another month or two.

LuliBags said...

I must go and check my garden! Lovely pictures. Lx

blondiensc said...

oh my goodness, i love that photo...so sweet! I hope she came out ok! :) Happy Monday!

Courtney said...

Hooray for plant-life! And don't worry, I'm quite certain that most children get themselves stuck in the dryer at one point or another. But most aren't lucky enough to have a stylish, savvy mom to capture the moment!

Celestial Charms said...

A great action shot of your daughter. I have a fear of accidents with dryers, not so much with my children, but with our cats. They are fascinated with the dryer, and everytime I put clothes in there I ask my kids to make sure they see the cats in the house. I'm paranoid they will be in there somehow when I turn it on. Not likely with wet clothes there, but I can't help myself. I'm babbling...lovely hyacinths.
Maureen

Megan {ShabbyBlogs} said...

Oh, what a lovely blog! Your work is amazing! (And your daughter is adorable!) I will definitely be back!

decorator to the stars said...

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Barbara said...

What up with the green shoots? Winter has a long way to go yet!

When he was 2, my son got into the dryer and shut the door. Took me an hour to find him. Scared the daylights out of me. How he even got the door open I can't imagine. It was the beginning of a long list of catastrophic events...he was a very overactive child. But they do grow up, finally.

Pfeiffer Photos said...

Just found your blog today; how delightful, am now following you. :)

katrina lauren said...

super cute...made me smile...stretching on her tippy's to grab the missing sock! classic.
k

country girl said...

Heather, I'm back to let you know that I've decided to award you with the Happy 101 blog award. :-)
Come over to
http://www.mayallseasonsbesweettothee.blogspot.com/2010/01/happy-101-twinkling-lights-thats-what.html
to 'pick it up' and see what it's all about.
Enjoy your day!!
xo country girl

vintage simple said...

Ha! That shot is hilarious. Paired with your note, of course.

xo,
-maria

A Little Diddy said...

Ooooahahahhhhaaaah. Isnt paretning a riot. My oldest when he was 18mths was scared of the retractable sprayer on the sink. So of course my husband and I had to get it on film. Whats wrong with us. hahaha.

Charlotta Ward said...

I love this - you make me feel normal by telling me about your daughter being stuck in the washing machine.. :)

Lovely blog - am enjoying the reading.
Will stop by again.

xCharlotta