2.24.2012

Sunshine

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An after-nap reading session in our bed with one of her favorite books.
The sun poked out from behind the clouds for a few.

Look mommy... light!
The surprised face of seeing sunshine.
I miss it too monster.

Soon, it will be bright and sunny...
and we will be outside for hours again.
Instead of just a few minutes here and there.

These faces make up for trying to take your own diaper off today.
A really messy, nasty diaper.
There are no photos of that...

Joining: Project52 : Cabin Fever
Week 8 of 52

28 comments:

Brandi said...

Just lovely!

Nessa @{Casa Braaflat} said...

love the one sock. reminds me of the nursery rhyme, deedle deedle dumpling. just precious!

Olivia Grace said...

That first photo=heart melting!!!!

Carri said...

must have been something in the air- a kiddo at school made the same attempt. Now every day before nap we rehearse "Don't stick your hand in your diaper, it gets dirty" (and especially don't rub it all over your blanket!)

Em S said...

I love that post-nap-groggy-face-look in the first photo!

Ashley: The Greek Wife said...

Ahhh the one sock - love it

Mama said said...

One sock perfection. Just adorable.

Adrienne said...

Thanks for sparing us the 'other' scene...this one is just heart warming! Even thought it's been such a mild winter, I'm still ready for some steady, strong sunshine.

...melody... said...

Precious!

bird and tree said...

oh my goodness! She has the most gorgeous eyes! WE get a little stir-crazy too when the weather is bad...hope you get some nice sunshine soon! Thanks for stopping by my little space and being so sweet! I love how the blogging world puts so many wonderful people in my path...you are pretty wonderful!

Marti said...

Such a sweet expressive face, and with one sock on reminded me of my son when he was little--always had one bare foot.

kelly said...

so a sweet, precious face! :) and the light in your photos is just amazing. love it. :)

ourlilstory said...

Gosh, this post makes me think, "I can't wait for my baby girl to start talking, so I can hear what she's thinking!"

& since we aren't at the diaper exploration stage yet, I'll LOL about that comment... but I know full well that our time will come & I probably won't be laughing then!

BF said...

Look at those eyes in that first shot! Such a beautiful shot!

Mahina and Lucas said...

The one sock is classic! It's the story of my life. Ke'alohi is either losing it while she is crawling or I'm losing it in the laundry. I swear our washing machine is eating them.

Amy Willa said...

Oh my goodness, how gorgeous is she, and how lovely are your photos! Beautiful!

Briggitt said...

Ooooooh, so beautiful little girl !

Lindsay said...

such lovely photos!

Kellie said...

Love te first phot nessa. I call those post nap red warm cheeks "kissy cheeks". See ya when we get back from te Bahamas!

Dana Moran said...

I am slowing go through all the 52 projects from styleberry- umm how have i not seen your blog yet. Love it- your pictures are beautiful and so clean and crisp. I would love to link with you if you don't mind.
www.danamoranphotography.net

Noe said...

awww... She melts my heart!... Monster you are way TOO cute!

Courtney K. said...

I LOVE these! That second photo?! Just priceless! I love that you captured the one sock on, one sock off aspect, too. We don't get a lot of sunshine this time of year here in Alaska either. I'm beyond ready for daylight.

Donna said...

So beautiful. I love the missing sock and the blush on her cheeks. She has great expressions, too.

Nicolette said...

That third one is precious! Great capture :)

Krystle said...

Okay, she is a doll. Wow....just beautiful! Thanks for stopping by my blog :) Gonna look around yours right now!

Rose's Daughter said...

I Love LOVE these! Her eyes are just gorgeous!

Adriel (The Mommyhood Memos) said...

she makes the best faces. i'm seriously getting so excited to meet your newest.

Mandi said...

This is too sweet <3 I love the photos of her looking at her book and the one sock. It captures a toddlers life so well :)