Sunday, November 21, 2010

Waiting for Snow


When I was growing up in the midwest, we would wake up on a winter morning and say, "I hope it snows, today!"  Now, that we live in the south, my kids say, "I hope it snows this year!"  The girls' older sister, Anna, came up with the idea of paper snowflakes for this week's I Heart Faces theme:  Paper!

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16 comments:

  1. Awww... What a precious moment you caught! : )

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  2. Love this! Love their bright red with the background.

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  3. Oh my goodness this is so cute! You captured the essence of giggly little girls! :-)

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  4. PERFECT!!!! Being from the South, I know what it's like to dream of snow and only get the paper kind. :+) LOVE THIS!

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  5. OH! how precious! I am from the midwest, now living in CA, so I know what you are talking about! But we can escape to the mountains for some snow play... and then return to our green grass!! :-)

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  6. Love how creative and out-of-the box this is - way to go!

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  7. Gosh, this is wonderful. I grew up in Minnesota and remember praying for a "snow day"! The paper snowflakes are also a blast from the past for me as we hung them all over the windows, as though we didn't have enough snow! Anyway, I love this shot!

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  8. So sweet. Love the pure childhood innocence of this photo.

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