Sunday, January 30, 2011

Weekends are for Familiy...

When we moved to the Tucson area in 2005, our youngest 2 children moved with us. Our 3 adult children stayed behind, where they grew up. Being as we are now a two and a half - three hour drive away, we don't get to see them, or our grandchildren as much as we'd like to.  When the kids come here to visit, it's for all weekend.  For the last few weekends we've had such company. LOVE IT!

Here is our newest Grandson, he is growing like a weed. Such a snuggler.

Mama's boy...

Tummy time...or taste testing that quilt? He wiggles, and wiggles...

....and falls right asleep. (Yup.. this one is going to hide from my camera, lol.)

Sleeping babies are so cute! I'd say quiet but this one is a noise maker lol.

Spending time with our Family.. Priceless.

A word of advise to anyone with children contemplating a big move...do it before the kids are adults so they have to go with you!



"Capturing the spirit of a portrait, the sparkle of a moment in time or the soft sounds of your memories."

5 comments:

Beth said...

Awww, soo sweet. They grow up so fast too. And I think your advice about moving is too late for us!

Toni James ~ Desert Winds Studio said...

He is sweet, as are all babies ;). Love those baby snuggles! But, I agree Beth, to late for us lol.

Brenda said...

Baby neck sugars... Those are the sweetest things in the world. He's a handsome little baby. I'm so glad you got time with him this weekend.

Dianna Soisson said...

Awe Toni, you are so blessed! What beautiful photos of innocence. My husband and I are contemplating moving back to Pa. (circumstances beyond our control) and our older teens and young adult want to stay and attend college here. Maybe jobs will be better for them in Pa. after graduation! A mother can only hope.

Toni James ~ Desert Winds Studio said...

Brenda, your right! Those sugars are the sweetest things in the world!

Dianna, Thank you. That's what happened to us too! Our 3 oldest stayed behind, the 2 younger moved with us. We've always been close to family, until we moved here. I don't like being this far away, I can't imagine being in a different state even! I shall keep my fingers crossed, that your children follow you!