“Spring has returned. The Earth is like a child that knows poems.” — Rainer Maria Rilke
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Lovely pictures – after such a long winter I am really appreciating the fact that spring is finally here. Looks like you are making the most of it.
Today we washed the outside windows – not exciting for me but when you are three and there is a bucket of soapy water to play with apparently it is great fun, and everybody gets very wet!
Comment by Aging Mommy— April 27, 2010 #
Buckets of soapy water are a big hit over here, too. Even better than Elmo or matchbox cars, and that’s sayin’ something. =>
Comment by Stacia— April 27, 2010 #
Has Giggles melted? He looks so talk and slender. Lollipop is lovely as usual!
Comment by Leslie— April 27, 2010 #
My Giggles is growing up, isn’t he? No more chunky little thighs to nibble on. Sigh. (But lots of new pants to buy, as the ones we have are all a few inches too short now.) =>
Nothing like spring and children, a lovely match. And a good time of year to have a baby, don’t you think?
Comment by 6512 and growing— April 27, 2010 #
Tell that to my baby! Ha!
Wow, what great pics! And how different to the ones I would take of my kids around here…we’ve got our beaches and patches of grass, but there are certainly no stumps to jump!
Comment by Liz— April 27, 2010 #
Ohhh…that last line, straight through the heart…
Comment by Alexandra— April 27, 2010 #
I love this quote! Where do you find such good ones?
Comment by Jana @ Attitude Adjustment— April 27, 2010 #
The power of Google! There are lots of sites out there, but one of my favorites is the Quote Garden.
Comment by Stacia— April 28, 2010 #
What fun! An outdoor adventure, stumps to leap, and a faithful companion!
Comment by Linda at Bar Mitzvahzilla— April 27, 2010 #
Love the pics…even the dog is happy! Love the black lab…mine died a year ago this past Feb.
Comment by suzicate— April 27, 2010 #
Yes, he finally got some outdoor time. He’s our first lab and has been such a joy, despite the I-am-a-puppy-and-am-going-to-eat-your-house phase. I’m so sorry to hear you lost yours.
I am so happy that spring is here. Although it’s been raining her for the last so many days, we’re all getting cabin fever. C’mon sunshine, mama needs some vitamin D!
Comment by Cara— April 28, 2010 #
Yay for Spring. And being outdoors. And kids getting messy. And finding sand sprinkled in my sheets.
Comment by Sarah— April 28, 2010 #
That looks like a fun place to spend an afternoon! Great pics.
Comment by Lyndsay— April 28, 2010 #
Three cheers for spring. And three cheers for adventures made sweeter by the presence of tutus and walking sticks!
Comment by Kristen @ Motherese— April 28, 2010 #
Wonderful pictures and I am a hug fan of Rilke. Thanks for the reminders of spring.
Comment by rudrip— April 28, 2010 #
What a lovely day! We had a beautiful and windy spring day today and it felt so good to have the sun on my face…
How are you feeling?!?
Comment by tracey— April 28, 2010 #
Where ARE you? I’d love to take my Little Miss there – it’s gorgeous! Happy Spring to you and your family, even though it sure doesn’t feel like it in these parts 🙂
Comment by Justine— April 28, 2010 #
Lovely pictures! Those stepping stones in the stream look like so much fun. It looks like you all had a wonderful day out in nature!
Comment by Jamie— April 28, 2010 #
What a beautiful afternoon! Love the pictures. You have me inspired to try my own spring photo collage.
Comment by Jane— April 28, 2010 #
Looks like a really cool hike/walk!
Comment by angie— April 28, 2010 #
Spring is beautiful. I bet it is nice to let the kids go out and play!
Comment by Amber— April 28, 2010 #
That looks like an amazingly perfect day.
Comment by chocolate girl— April 29, 2010 #
What a beautiful photo essay!
And great quote by Rilke.
Comment by Maureen@IslandRoar— April 29, 2010 #
Spring is a springing! Those first few barefoot outings after a dreary winter are the best!
Comment by Susanna— April 29, 2010 #
It’s so wonderful that kids can be outside again enjoying spring!
Comment by Jen Higgins— April 29, 2010 #
I love to see kids pick flowers and it is even better when they give them to mommie!
Comment by juliannah— April 29, 2010 #
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