Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Feeding the ducks: Outdoor Wednesday

I know some of you are surprised that I’m actually doing a post and it’s not Tuesday! I have really been lazy about blogging lately…don’t know why cause I enjoy it when I spend time on it.

These pics were taken one Sunday afternoon when my mom and I took Connor and Cooper to feed the ducks. Connor has just turned seven and Cooper two. They are having a birthday party together on Sat!

 

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Cooper is smiling one minute …..

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And crying the next! I think one of the ducks was a little too aggressive!

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And Connor is the same all the time-afraid of nothing at all!

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I’m linking this to Outdoor Wednesday at A Southern Daydreamer

Thanks Susan for hosting this event.

Thanks for stopping by today!

22 comments:

Jeanne Selep said...

You have to love that red hair.

luna miranda said...

poor baby..she was harassed by the ducks!:P

Really Rainey said...

Cooper and Connor are adorable! Great outdoor post!
Happy ODW
~Really Rainey~

Regina said...

Lovely outdoor!

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

The photos of the boys are wonderful, Diane! Happy ODW!

Southern Lady said...

Awwww, Diane, I've missed seeing your pictures of Connor and Cooper and was so glad to see this post. I can't believe Connor is seven! Where does the time go?

I'll look forward to seeing pictures of their birthday party. Give them both a birthday hug for me. They're so precious.

Hootin' Anni said...

OMGosh...these photos are outstanding!!!

Mine today is the Annual Jazz Festival in town. Come by if you can. CLICK HERE

Have a glorious Wednesday.

Lorrie said...

It's great to see you posting Diane. I love seeing the pictures of Connor and Cooper--they're growing up right in front of our eyes. You are blessed to have such sweet grandchildren.

Erica said...

What adorable kids and love that red hair.
Have a glorious Outdoor Wednesday!

SmilingSally said...

Hello, my friend! I've missed you. Your grandsons have grown so much. It's good to see that you're still a vital part of their lives.

We took one of our granddaughters out to dinner last night, and tonight we'll take her sister out. Like you, we love to spend time with our grandkids.

Mary said...

What gorgeous children. Thank you for sharing your memories in the making with us. You'll never lose the red head in a mall. His hair is like a beacon :-). Have a great week and enjoy Outdoor Wednesday.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

It's good to see you Diane! I'm exhausted from staying up late to watch the Yankee game last night..lol

Both Connor and Cooper have grown so much! Look at all the hair Cooper has ..he's so cute! I'm a little afraid of aggressive ducks too, so I'd be crying along with Cooper..lol

Hugs, Pat

Glenda/MidSouth said...

How cute. Some ducks can get pretty agressive.

Mary @ Framed and Tagged said...

What precious children!! You are creating some very special memories with them.

Happy OW!!

Joyce said...

So cute smiling and crying also. Now for the life of me I do not understand why my hair dresser can't make my hair that gorgeous color:)
Joyce

Ms. Bake-it said...

Cooper and Connor are adorable! Love Connor's red hair!

Thanks for sharing your duck feeding adventure with us!

~ Tracy

ellen b said...

Oh what cuties. That boohoo face is so darn sweet. Mean ole ducks!!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Diane, I loved seeing these pics of the boys! They are really growing. And I hope they have a very happy birthday this Saturday. Hope you have perfect weather, too.

Love to you...

XO,

Sheila :-)

linda said...

Looks like the weather was perfect for duck feeding, even if poor Cooper wasn't so sure about the whole thing!

They're both adorable!

Kelli@SassySouthernMom said...

Love these pics!!
You're right, Connor isn't scared of ANYTHING at all!! LOL

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Oh they are so cute! That photo of Cooper crying just tugged on my heartstrings! laurie

Barb said...

So fun.
I have taken my granddaughter, now 15, to feed the ducks many itmes over the years.
If you think ducks are aggressive, you should feed the geese!

Fun memories.

blessings

Barbara jean