Posted by: DD | August 27, 2008

Wordless Wednesday – 8th Installment

ZGirl with her bonnet from Kath

ZGirl with her bonnet from Kath


XBoy's Picture Day for 1st Grade




  1. gorgeous family!

  2. Oh they’re both lovely!

  3. What is with boys and having to make goofy faces for pictures? Every picture of Alex after age 4 he has his tongue out like that. 😉

    They are both beautiful children and how can you stand the cuteness?

  4. Simply adorable!

  5. I love it!

  6. Awwwwwww. So cute!

    ZGirl is too. 😉

  7. Now there’s a smart looking brood!

  8. Do you just want to hug & kiss on them allllllll day???

  9. ZGirl (using her best supermodel pose): “ooh, look at my pretty new bonnet!”

    XBoy: “Oh yeah? Well, look at my tongue!”

  10. Love the kidlets!

  11. and where is xboy’s bonnet?

  12. I can think of so many things to put in a word bubble over Zgirls head…tooo cute.

    Xboy would fit right in here at the OHN house 🙂

  13. AWWWW… That boy is sure a character!! and what a DARLING little girl!!

    in other news, just a heads-up, I have started my own blog on wordpress, and I added you to my blogroll. If that’s not ok… let me know and I’ll remove it!!

  14. Oh man… you just reminded me that I missed Wordless Wednesday. And I was doing soo good too!! I guess I was just too busy being wordy yesterday. Oh well, I’ll have to try again next week.

    Love the pictures. The kiddos look so cute!! Even with the tounge sticking out!! 🙂

  15. What a duo!

  16. Love that hat and look at that cutie little nose of hers 🙂 xxx

  17. Awwee how could you not love those faces.

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