Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Blue Bonnets.

One of things I love about Texas are the fields of Blue Bonnets. I also love that most families here indulge in the opportunity to take their children out into these fields and take pictures. It's almost like a right of passage for the spring. Since we moved here five years ago, I have looked on the walls of friends houses and envied their pictures of the blue bonnets with their babies. No longer will I envy those pictures because I now have my own with my little family and my babies. A big thank you to Marie for taking our pictures and for your beautiful family letting us tag along on your family tradition. We had a wonderful morning and loved every minute of the adventure, even with the crazy wind and cold. The flowers were beautiful and so was the Texas country side. Makes me want to move out of the suburbs so we can see more of this.
It was windy, cold and for the most part and Carter was a normal two year old. One minute happy the next minute melt down. The picture below is one of our outakes. I thought I would share it so you would feel like you were there with us. :) We love this stage too.



lynette said...

Awww...this makes me miss Texas so bad! The only bluebonnet pictures we have are of Carly when she was about 8 months old and I don't even have any of Wesley! Can you believe it?! Texas is going to disown me.

The Youngblood Family said...

What cute pictures Angie! I love the first one.... you might see something like that on our blog :) Hope that is okay? Glad you had fun!

Kendall and Lee'sa said...

Those are adorable. I love the white shirts.

Boyer Family said...

they turned out great. I love the natural photos. beautiful job.