Wednesday, December 17, 2008

WW- How Lovely Are Your Branches!

58 comments:

Trying to Stay Calm! said...

PRECIOUS picture!!! Thanks for sharing :) ♥ Hugs!

OHmommy said...

So sweet Kat.

Next year you will have to get a wider lens to fit in all four. ;)

Cassie said...

Pretty tree! I love this picture!

Mom24 said...

Oh my goodness, that is beautiful. Now I feel really guilty, we don't even have our tree yet. Mark's been sick and it just hasn't happened. We're hoping to have it up on Saturday though.

What a great picture.

Allison said...

That is absolutely picture perfect...that could be in a photography coffee table book, if you know what I mean!

Merry Christmas and Happy WW!

Roxy Wishum said...

Perfect Christmas card for the ages--or until you capture four angels by the tree.

Scrappy said...

I love it. So sweet!

April said...

Oh my goodness is this picture REAL?? It's just too beautiful for words!!

Kristin said...

Awww...too cute!

Last Place Finisher said...

I love the picture!!!! But now I want to see the next picture in this series (the one where the tree is knocked over, the two big ones are fighting and the little one is crying his eyes out). At least that how it ususally works for me!

Tam said...

How in the world do you get your boys to DO that? I can not capture a picture of the two hardly. One goes one way and the other another way...I LOVE THIS PICTURE!

A Buns Life said...

That's a framer!! So sweet...

Not Your Aunt Bea said...

Such a sweet photo. Perfect way to capture Christmas.

Jewelgirl said...

Always room for one more! Adorable
picture! :)

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Aw, look at how they're lit up by that beautiful tree. Precious.

Stephanie said...

So serene and peaceful with 3 young boys - great shot!

Rebecca Ramsey said...

That's a Christmas card pic!
Gorgeous!

Splaneyo said...

Such a great photo!

Tonya said...

I kind of like this picture for a Christmas card! But the other one was really good too :)

historygirlie said...

This is totally a Christmas Card picture....it's perfectly angelic. Lovely.

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Kat said...

Aren't they just cute little farts?
And the funny thing is that I didn't pose them at all. I told them that they could go sit close to the tree if they promised not to break anymore ornaments (I think we are up to 6 or 7 already this year). They just lined up and sat like that naturally and it was so cute I had to snap a pic. :)

Tiaras & Tantrums said...

oh that is a precious photo

Kathy said...

Beautiful...what amazing gifts underneath that tree...

wright said...

That's a great picture! The boys look so sweet.

maggie's mind said...

That has to be the most perfect Christmas picture *ever*. Oh my gosh, so stinkin' cute and perfect!

lime said...

what a wonderful picture! i know they will be much older but i think you ought to make it the front of next year's christmas card.

Krystyn said...

Oh, I just love these pictures. Makes me wish I had the energy to put up a tree.

Maybe I can come over and borrow yours!

Burgh Baby said...

How much did you have to pay them to get them to sit like that? I can't get one to do it!

Lindsay said...

That's an awesome picture!

Kelly said...

What a great idea for a photo...Beautiful! That would make a great Xmas card too!

Elizabeth Bonds said...

That is such a sweet picture. It looks like they are all praying together. Great shot.

Happy WW and Merry Christmas!

Dawn said...

That just makes me smile...what a sweet photo.

Robyn said...

That is a beautiful Photo. Really beautiful.

Tracey said...

Oh! A perfect picture!!! I'd totally use that for all of my Christmas cards for forever. Really!

CC said...

Absolutely beautiful!!!!!!!

CissaLynn said...

Awww! That picture is PRECIOUS!!! I love it!!! :))

RiverPoet said...

Thanks for sharing that beautiful picture with us!

Peace - D

Fire Hunt said...

That is a Beautiful photo I have one a liot like that to put on to!

adlibby said...

perfection!

raino said...

that is a really beautiful!

coastrat said...

What a neat image! That one will be with you for life.

Kristen said...

That is the PERFECT Christmas card photo!!

PERFECT!!

I love the lighting, the boys, the tree, everything.

Happy Wednesday friend! Hope you are feeling well!

Chris said...

That's beautiful. There are few things more beautiful than children lit by the soft light on a Christmas tree.

Karen Deborah said...

Great photo ok are you the same mom who was having a melt down over how incorrigible these boys are? Do they take tranquilizers? How on earth do you get these shots? Don't they hit each other and try and run around the tree knocking it over mid flight? I don't get it. Between this one and the clean baby in the high chair photos of a toddler who actually eats with utensils and this one; I think I've come to a conclusion. YOUR really Mary Poppins! Practically perfect in every way.
At the very least your a very good mother. Do they ever spit?

Paige said...

Please tell me you're going to frame this.

Rachel said...

Awww -- this is such a sweet picture!

Debbie in CA : ) said...

lovely . . . simply precious.

Kathryn said...

*sighs*, now that is beautiful!

Elaine A. said...

Oh WOW! That is just gorgeous Kat! I think you need to frame that one for sure!! It just evokes the spirit of Christmas...

Laura said...

OMG - this is the most beautiful and wonderful Christmas photo I have ever seen - seriously, I have tears in my eyes. LOVELY!

Just think - next year you will have a little one just learnign to sit infront of the tree too!

Nap Warden said...

Well that should be next year's Christmas card!

Megan said...

That is SO precious!!

Jennifer, Playgroups Are No Place For Children said...

That picture is SO great!! I've been trying to get the same type of shot and mine all turn out crappy.

Cara said...

I would frame that!

Bren said...

Kat, that is the best Christmas pic I've seen. So very sweet!

painted maypole said...

too bad you already sent out your Xmas cards, that picture is stunning!

just jamie said...

Good golly, that is perfect!

Words To Live By

Be grateful for each new day.
A new day that you have never lived before.
Twenty-four new, fresh, unexplored hours to use usefully and profitably.
We can squander, neglect, or use them.
Life will be richer or poorer by the way we use today.
Finish every day and be done with it.
You have done what you could;
some blunders and absurdities crept in;
forget them as soon as you can.
Tomorrow is a new day.
You shall begin it well and serenely and with too high a spirit to be
encumbered with your old nonsense.

-Ralph Waldo Emerson