3.28.2007

Farm, Friends, and Fun

Last week we took advantage of the beautiful weather and went to Historic Wheeler Farm. The kids had so much fun running everywhere, I think they needed to get a long winters worth of wiggles out. Asher wasn't very sure of the animals whenever I would put him near one he would back up and say "ewwww" I guess he inherited my sensitive nose.
Eden and Marielle liked teasing the animals, they liked throwing hay at the horses and found one that actually would throw it back.

Is it just me or does this goose look like it is sticking it's tongue out at the girls? (do geese have tongues?)























They also found a cow laying down taking a rest, they insisted that it was having a baby and that is why it was lying down, they stood at that fence for 10 minutes waiting for the baby calf to "pop out".
















We went with Eden's neighborhood pre-school. What a cute bunch of kids.

Here are some more pictures, I really don't have any comments for them, I just thought they were cute.













8 comments:

Loggins said...

Carrie, it looks like ewe are quite the developing photographer. Ewe have some good things going on with the composition of some of those pictures. Good job! :)

Paige Larsen said...

Carrie, what kind of camera do you use? Your pictures are wonderful!

William said...

Way to go Carrie...the farm trip looks great and the young woman in purple reminds me of someone I know. Will add to bookmarks and check back soon. Thanks for sharing!

RLRP said...

I'm so glad you started a blog - that's great. It's been so fun. I loved all the photos you put in - it's going to be fun to have another blog to check every day!
Rach

Anonymous said...

Carrie, love the pictures. What a fun day that was. I especially love the one of Eden holding onto the fence and looking back at you...so sweet! Keep up the great work and keep sharing!!!

Anonymous said...

By the way, the anonymous above is Alyson :)

Sara Merrill said...

Carrie,
Wow! Great photos. They evoke sweet, tender emotions. You have a great eye for composition...balance, and color. Your groupings are well done. Your lighting is excellent.
I am so glad you are doing this.
Keep it up. We love seeing them.
Thanks
Sara Merrill

Kay Cherrington said...

Carrie, these pictures are so cute! It was fun to see all the darlling little ones. You do a great job! (Aunt) Kay