sunday

Monday, August 10, 2009

The boys and I went to "Bach and breakfast" in the park on Sunday morning. As Charlie and I hung out listening, Andrew played with my camera.
Life through Andrew's eyes:





I love this one.
I giggled when I downloaded these. It's pretty clear this boy has one thought on his mind these days.

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77 comments

  1. a canine friend, of course! Are you giving in?

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  2. Aw, that's sweet. Is his hint working?

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  3. Does he want a dog? Or does he have a dog? You can tell he loves dogs.

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  4. So cute!

    I see you've got Cosy's book in your basket. I love the book, and I love your basket! What a wonderful day.

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  5. What a hoot! I'm often on dog patrol, too. :)

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  6. Totally clear. I have to say my girls are quite adorable. I vote for a cockapoo - small, managable but fiesty enough to give Andrew a run for his money. They are by no means boring lap dogs.

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  7. that's sweet! get him a dog, eh?!

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  8. great! I love kids' perspective. It's so fun to see what my son takes pictures of -- toys, himself, the dogs.

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  9. Oh, yes, that boy needs a dog.

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  10. you know he wants a dog - you've said so yourself. :) maybe it's time.

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  11. That is so cute he took so many pictures of dogs! Is he gonna get one???

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  12. Too funny! (And I loved the one you loved, too!) As for the dog... let me direct you to several of my dog-related posts before you commit....

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  13. i think i see a new friend in the future! man's best friend that is! :) i love his views! and i love that bach and breakfast- how cool!

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  14. I think this boy wants a bog, for sure!
    And breakfast and Bach sounds pretty amazing!

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  15. that first photo with you and charlie lounging...your basket of books...the thermos...the knitting needles in your hand...the family quilt...

    nice capture, andrew.

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  16. awww that's so cute. we like to dog watch too :)

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  17. Little dogs don't take up much space... :)

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  18. Thank you to Andrew for showing us the day in his way. Woof!

    LOVE your jeans by the way!

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  19. That is toooooo cute! (And I love your cute basket in the first photo.)

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  20. I can recomment Cavalier King Charles Spaniels...

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  21. Okay, I love the puppy pictures, way too cute. But what I need to know is where did you get that lovely quilt or pattern for it. I need one, want one and would love to make one.

    S

    PS Word Verification: flindia, I thought it was funny.

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  22. OOooo, and I can recommend a Basset Hound, just watch out that body length get them into trouble even though the feet arent far from the ground, and that nose loves to sniff.

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  23. looks like that boy wants a dog!
    mom, can you help a boy out?
    love the first photo!
    just what I would expect, a magazine worthy photo from a friend.

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  24. This is the cutest photo shoot ever! I just love seeing what kids focus on when they're behind the lens. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  25. Adorable pics! You know, it's just the same here. Our kids want a dog and most of the photos my first born takes, are about dogs :)

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  26. hehe... how can you not get a dog after such 'photoshoot'? :)

    on a side note, I would really love to know what jeans you(?) are wearing in the first photo. I have a weak spot for clothes with embroidery and that design would be just perfect for me.

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  27. Would that be a dog?
    love
    Lyn
    xxx

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  28. I think we are gonig to have to get a dog one of these days... Eben is obsessed with petting every dog that we come upon while walking around the lake.

    I love the quilt, it looks like a really nice relaxing day for all.

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  29. What a wonderful Sunday morning! I always like the perspective that my boys have with their photography.

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  30. so fun! I think I know what's going to be at the top of his Christmas list! Glad you're having a fun summer. Sounds like a great park program you've got near you.

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  31. Love the dog fixation. =) In a few years, those pictures might be cute girls.

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  32. thanks for sharing these!
    and go for it - you'll enjoy having a dog just as much (if not more than) the kiddos will. And if you get an adult dog from the humane society you won't have to deal with the housebreaking or constant chewing. we absolutely adore our two mutts. But I wish we had your park nearby!

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  33. hahahahahahaha!

    funny, you and I posted about picnicing at a concert in a park (sort of) today!

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  34. adorable! seriously, adorable.

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  35. Love that top shot. And so many doggy butts in one place.

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  36. Don't you love downloading pictures taken by children. It gives us glimpses at their loves, dreams and desires.

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  37. Bach and breakfast sounds like the perfect perfect pair. So will a dog join in on the fun?

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  38. So sweet! Though I think the first photo - the non-canine one - is my fave.

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  39. i love the picture of the golden. if you get a dog, you must get a golden!

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  40. That's pretty much life through my eyes as well. I'm always looking out for dogs as I walk and run around town. I just keep telling myself, soon! soon!

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  41. Before I read your very last sentences, I was thinking the exact same thing. Mom, this boy seriously wants a puppy!

    The pictures are fantastic. I absolutely love how chilled and comfie you and your eldest are. And I love Andrew's perspective. Sometimes we're too busy looking up, in dreams and to a future, to see the small details right there within arm's reach. Awesome!

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  42. Sometimes a message is too clear to be ignored :) Love your quilt!

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  43. Get that boy a dog! :-)

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  44. somebody buy that boy a puppy.

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  45. very funny! I posted something similar yesterday: the photos I found on my camera that my 5 year old took - also dogs but the same stuffed one over and over. something about dogs and boys with cameras this week!

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  46. I love seeing Sunday morning through Andrew's eyes! :)

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  47. Hey, do you live in Pittsburgh, PA? I lived there in the mid-1980s and loved it. I am so jealous!

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  48. How cool to see things from your son's perspective! The first picture is wonderful...it could be professional!

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  49. hmmm...what could possibly be on his mind? Adorable photos!

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  50. So, when are you getting the dog?

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  51. Uh oh, will you guys be getting a dog? Or is he just really hopeful?!

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  52. Question… how can you keep that great figure when you eat so many great cookies?! ; )

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  53. So when are you getting a dog?

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  54. Those are great pics. So when is that puppy arriving? :)

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  55. LOVE your quilt. You're a good mommy, letting him play with your camera.

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  56. Oh brilliant! And will he be getting his wish???

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  57. how many beatiful dogs!!! so nice....

    dogs make your day always a better day ;-)

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  58. if he doesn't have a dog, you might need to get him one!

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  59. Looks like so much fun!!!

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  60. My sunday was perfect - like Yours.
    Love Your blog!

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  61. I just found your blog and have been enjoying reading through some of your past entries. The combination of knitting, cookies, and family life seems to me like the summation of the word "home". So warm and comforting, both reminding me of the past and inspiring thoughts for the future at the same time.

    And you and your family always look wonderful in your knit garments!

    So... any word on getting a dog?

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  62. That's hilarious, Leslie. I have to say, though, I really love the first shot even if it is dogless.

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  63. You boy is such a great photographer! I really like his photos. The dog in the last photo is so sweet.

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  64. Could that be a little puppy he's wanting?LOL He takes some pretty darn good photos! Bach and Breakfast sounds so awesome! Love that kind of stuff.xoxo

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  65. I think someone needs a dog ;)

    Great blanket shot...makes me wanna picnic in the park!

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