Friday, March 1, 2013

the adventures of baby k and lily

The adventures of Baby K and Lily....














The End.

26 comments:

Naomi said...

Omg!!!!! Love this except nephews should not be kissing their aunts! Haha

Ashley Wright said...

I love this! They are so adorable!

Angel said...

Love love love!!! They are so darn cute.

Lisa said...

love it!

Lora said...

Sooooo cute!!! Love it!!!

http://mylittlehappies.blogspot.com said...

AWESOME!!!!!!

Kelly Marin said...

AAAAhhh.... How do you take the perfect pictures and have the Perfect captions!!! Love this!

Heather said...

LOOOOOOOOOOOVVVVVVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEEE! No really I love this. xo

Crystal said...

Haha! Hysterical!

Laura said...

LOVE!!!!

Katrina said...

How did you get the letters up on the wall like that? Were they stick-on letter decals?
< Okay I'm kidding >
Seriously though, this is the most sweetest post!! They are too cute together!!! Two cutie-patooties!!

cara said...

TOO CUTE!!!! So happy to see Baby K on here. And that last picture of Lily is just the best. She has the most adorable expressions and sure knows how to pose for the camera. xoxo

Mrs. K said...

Surely a "warm and fuzzy" photo shoot. Way to precious for words.

kate kopp said...

Oh, thank you for that!! So cute!!

SmokeyKitty said...

Girls "Save the World". Girls invent things and make a difference. Are you going to raise your daughter with the notion that she will never invent, save, or achieve? That she can never be smart or serious or as capable as a man? Women are out there every day working alongside men to create a better world. I hope your daughter learns that.
BTW, I fully expect you to not post this as it doesn't fit within your worldview. But, I hope you read it and it makes you think.
Sincerely,
A highly educated Wife and Mother who is saving the world inside the home and outside of it.

Race Bannon said...

Smokey Kitty, we get it. Now get me a sandwich...



(C'mon m'am I was kidding!)

Patti said...

Smokey kitty.. I think you missed the intended humor of this post - I was poking fun at the idea that men do these things while women just pose for photo shoots :) blessings ! ~Patti

Danielle said...

ha ha. wow.

Allison said...

I am so thankful Baby K is givin it to her straight. Girls these days think they have so much freedom, power, and opportunity! If I ever have daughters I hope they don't get brainwashed into thinking they have any potential to become anything!

You're going to be a great man someday Baby K !

SmokeyKitty said...

Too many quiverfull families do teach their girls that they are nothing more than accessories so there is nothing really funny about it. I have met far too many women in my life who were told that they were too stupid for math, science, or even independent thought. I get that you were trying to be funny, but it is a little too true to be truly humorous.

Patti said...

SK .. We're not quiverful, we just happen to like kids. And maybe you need to expand your connections a little more, the world is full of plenty of people who have a balanced approached to parenting and maintain their sense of humor ... And assume the best about people all at the same time. I'm sorry you haven't had a chance to meet them.

Josiah said...

Rightfully confident women would not be offended by this. Their worth is given to them by God, and no individual, society, or philosophy can take that away from them. They feel no need to announce their accomplishments or education, as their words speak for themselves.

The irony is that you attacked my mother for allegedly giving in to a stereotype (girls are accessories), and then proceeded to stereotype her (all large families are quiverful, and all quiverful families demean their girls).

You also managed to accuse her of being someone who would not allow any comments that don't agree with her own. She appears to have proven you wrong.

Also, I have yet to meet a single woman who was ever told she was too stupid for anything. Maybe I should get out more.

Amber T said...

OMG these are the cutest pictures! Thanks for sharing!'

Thinker said...

Adorable.

I just found this video about a man who not only has down syndrome, but he owns his own restaurant. :)
http://networkedblogs.com/IV0nZ

Tammie said...

OMG... That was great, they are the cutest.. Loved it

Becca said...

Adorable! :)))