A picture of motherhood
by Karla ° Wednesday, August 27, 2008
This is what “Do you want to go and have lots of fun running and playing at the park?” looks like.


And this is what “It’s time to turn off the cartoons and go play at the park,” looks like.


Motherhood, you just can’t win.

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That boy has incredible eyes.
Posted by Blogger Anvilcloud :  August 27, 2008
 

thats how, come sit down and eat yummy pancakes looks like in my house
 

Yes, those eyes get me EVERY TIME, Karla!
Posted by Blogger Gina :  August 27, 2008
 

Seriously, those eyes. I showed my husband, "Look Mike, think we have these in our family somewhere, so I can hope our kid comes out with them?"
 

Gorgeous boy!!
You are right though Karla ~ you can't win ~ my children are just the same ha ha !! XX
Posted by Blogger Tabitha :  August 28, 2008
 

With those eyes Karla, he will get to do whatever he likes!
He is gonna be a little heartbreaker :)
l,
Amanda x
Posted by Blogger Amanda :  August 28, 2008
 

Ah, those beautiful, beautiful eyes!
Posted by Blogger Heather :  August 28, 2008
 

Seriously. That right there is the best lookin' kid I've ever seen. Woot!
Posted by Blogger Georgia :  August 28, 2008
 

Never, ever, ever, have I seen such beautiful eyes on a human being!! They take your breath away.
Posted by Anonymous Anonymous :  August 29, 2008
 

Those eyes can't be real. You photoshop all your pictures to give him the biggest, bluest eyes on the planet, right? And I haven't even mentioned his beautiful baby skin!
Posted by Blogger Julia :  August 29, 2008
 

Oh. Amazing pics. And yes, I know the looks well!
Posted by Anonymous FireMom :  September 01, 2008
 


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