Sweet Sisters

Some days I look back on my posts and feel that I write a disproportionate amount of posts about naughty children.

Some days I look back on my posts and feel that I write about such a small portion of the things that make my hair go grey that as readers you are really missing the true flavor of life here.

I’m pretty sure the direction that feeling takes  is directly related to whether or not my kitchen has undergone any flooding activity in the last 12 hours.

Today the kitchen stayed dry, and while good behavior and normal days don’t make for interesting stories they do hold some very sweet pictures.

Listening to Ivy “reading” to Clara  as she puts her down for a nap is one of my favorite things, sneaking a few pictures through the keyhole was even better!

7 comments on “Sweet Sisters

  1. Helen says:

    Wonderful photos, Jessie!

  2. Jenny says:

    Children reading is music to my ears!

    They are so perfectly centered for key hole photos. I am always very impressed with your photos through the key hole! Makes me want a door with a key hole. Except I might see things like farting in faces.

    • thinkbigmuch says:

      Lol! Seriously though. Boys. 🙂
      There are lots of cool photos of your boys playing piano, building things, using a lathe, fighting imaginary ninjas in their underwear…

  3. Jenny says:

    you have to have a “tag” for key hole photos. You already have a good selection of them and I would love to see them all again.

  4. thinkbigmuch says:

    Sweet photos. I agree with Jenny. Also, tag the sweet pictures ten you can look back on them on days when you email me about the world going to shit in the Stevens household. 😀

  5. ggirlsmama says:

    They definitely are Sweet Sisters! These moments must be savored and treasured! I love the pictures through the keyhole. I’m sure as the girls grow into adults they will love the fact that their Mom took time to notice and capture such wonderful details of their lives.

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