Thursday, November 7, 2013

Sweet kisses, fun moments, and good beer

A mama and her beer.
Our backdrop for most of our pics. I was a fan!
A boy and his stick. Always with the sticks! There's a thumb in there too for Theme Thursday at Clan-Donaldson. Hope your foot is feeling better, Cari! Foot pain is the worst!
A dada saying "I Love you" to his son. Sweet moment.
A sleeping brewery baby.
Brewery baby awake and happy with his dada.
A grandson and his nonna.
A boy who loves to run, especially to these men.
Boys and their blessings whom they love so much.
A nonna and her grandson.
The men and the boys. Love them all so much!
Our little family and sweet kisses.
Linking up with Clan Donaldson for Theme Thursday. It's been a little while, and I'm really reaching with the little thumb on the little hand holding the little stick, but we'll just say it counts.



  1. What a GORGEOUS family you have! Sweet babies, beautiful parents and grandparents. And yes, what IS it about boys and their sticks?!

  2. That's so nice of you to say, Micaela! Thank you! We are definitely very blessed with the family we have! Just wish they were closer! Haha, and this stick mystery I have yet to figure out. The oldest would be able to find a stick in the land of no sticks - easy!

  3. It totally counts! My boys have always carried sticks around with them. My little guy right now picks one up and yells "Ayya! Ayya!" Like he's getting ready to sword fight.
    Big Family Small Farm

    1. Yay! Haha. Glad it counts! I've really stretched my last few Theme Thursdays.You would think sticks were like a security blankie for him. He just needs to hold one or two or more meanwhile doing whatever he is doing. In the house. Outside. At the local brewery. Church. You name it sticks were there. He has a skill.

  4. Such great pictures - love the sleeping baby shot!

    1. Thanks so much! Sleeping baby did so well while we were there!


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