Saturday, June 13, 2009

Your Gonna Miss This Moment....

Pam at http://pramom26.blogspot.com/
Has a great little Carnival going on...check it out! It's Your Gonna Miss This Moment and show a pictures of what you are going to miss with your kids growing up so quickly. It makes you stop and think that this life really does go by way too fast and that you should just stop and reflect of what is really and truly important...the little things in life. The little things that you take for granted...so...here are some of MY moments that I am going to miss (will be posting more when I can download them)...

Little Tony watching his daddy play baseball... Now He's playing!
My first born child's first day of school...Look at that innocent smile...
He is now starting 6th grade!
Having only 2 kids in school....
Tony in 1st grade, Taylor in kindergarten

Kayleigh's toothless smile...

Gina smaller than a watermelon...

Me at 21 weeks pregnant with Kenny and Nick...what an experience to carry twins!

The kids actually excited about gardening...Our beloved Pepper. He was part of our family for 14 years. We miss him very much. He used to love to lay on the table or back of the couch and look outside. Life was so simple with only 3 kids~ but wouldn't give up ANY of them for anything!

4 comments:

Pam said...

WELCOME! I am so glad you decided to join me!! I have never been to your blog so I am taking it all in, sounds like you have had quite a journey... sounds like you have many moments to keep track of like i do!! i hope to stay in touch and i hope you continue to post moments with me each week!!! i love seeing all the older pictures!! i need to go looking for newer ones on your blog now! :) oh, and my posts don't always have pictures with them, some things just don't have the pictures to go along with them! so don't feel like you need pictures each time you write a moment! K!?! welcome once again!!

~Bobbi~ said...

What great memories and moments! You have a beautiful family!

Michele said...

Thank you Bobbi.

Neesy said...

Wait until you are watching them getting married, having children and then watching your grandchildren at ages you remember your children at most vividly...like yesterday. Our grandparents said when we were young "it will all happen in the blink of an eye." It did and it is. Love you Michele.