Friday, February 5, 2010

Project 365: Week Five

Another week come and gone. 

Day 29




January 29th
The moon rose so large and full that the chance to take it's portrait couldn't be missed.


Day 30
January 30th
The girls decided they wanted to jump on the tramp Saturday morning.  But after they were cold
they didn't want to go tromping through the deep snow again.
So they did the only thing they could think of, holler for dad, until he came and rescued them.
Kira tried to jump on Kevin's back last, and missed.

Day 31

January 31st
1 jar of body glitter + 2 girls = sparkly blizzard in the house

Day 32

February 1st
Back to the dentist.  Here's Kira taking a nap while waiting for the Doctor.

Day 33

February 2nd
Every year in July we hold a big family reunion where we raffle off a quilt.  Every person in the family is given
a few squares of fabric and we make a 12 inch quilt block that reflects our personalities. 
We then send back to our official quilt maker and she works her magic and creates a beautiful masterpiece.
These are the quilt blocks that my parents and siblings are turning in.  Can you guess which one is mine?
(hint: It's the one that has the goof up)

Day 34

February 3rd
There are no words other than "Emma"

Day 35

        
February 4th
The beauty of puddles!



 
 
365
Hosted by Chris

17 comments:

kaye said...

oh emma!

I love the one of kira with the blue nose and funky glasses.

do you remember when you kids used to jump on the tramp when it was snowy?

I like the indoor blizzard--no fun to clean up though

and the moon--fantastic

those puddles don't mean it's warm

Janae S said...

Love them all, but the puddles are just awesome. Who knew puddles could be so beautiful?

Jen L. said...

LOVE these! Do you make quilts all the time? I wish I knew how. I really want one made out of some of Dean's baby clothes.

Mimi said...

Another lovely collection, HeidiI could have sworn there was movement in the second moon picture, it's amazing.
Your children are so beautiful, and so lively!
And I'm envious that you still have snow- ours is a distant memory.

Emmy said...

Love that second to last puddle shot! It is just amazing, the colors, the puddle. It is great!

And nothing like a daddy to save the day :)

Emily said...

I LOVE the moon. And the Emma shot. And the quilt idea is pretty cool.

Kelli @ Gohn Crazy said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the first moon and the second puddle picture that you can see the tree in the puddle.

What a great idea for the quilt! What a great thing to win and remember the family.

Leslie said...

Love the puddle pictures. Your girls are so fun!

Nat said...

I can't tell which quilt block is yours. I love your pictures!

Chris said...

Your puddles are awesome -- I love water reflections -- it's a weakness :)

Ah glitter...we clean the church twice a week, and there are several benches, in the chapel, that are always covered in glitter. It's abiding.

My kids like to jump on the trampoline year round too -- but your kids' dad is much nicer than I am, I make them walk back in the house on their own :)

The Emma picture/comment made me laugh right out loud. "Emma" should be an adjective.

In fact, I think I'll start using it that way. Your week in photos was just Emma!

Lindsay said...

I need puddles. Send puddles my way, please! :-) Actually, we had puddles today. Now it's ice. :::sigh:::

Isn't 365 fun?! Great pics! Love the one at the dentist - LOL!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

What fun to see a glimpse of what's happening in your life, Heidi!

Lisa @ Boondock Ramblings said...

These are awesome! Especially the ones of the moon and those of the girls with their dad!

These last reflection ones are great too!

I can never get moon shots! What equipment do you have again?

CDB said...

I LOVE the moon shot.. wow! And those puddle pictures are amazing, love the reflection. Very pretty!

CC said...

those moon shots are amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Honey Mommy said...

Love the moon pictures and the puddles! I need to try to photograph the moon like that sometime!

Cecily R said...

That shot of Emma is AWESOME. I must meet her.

Your moon pics are GREAT. Far better than mine from last week. :)