A Little Hoolie for Ya!

Nov 22, 2010 | Full Time Family, On Motherhood | 15 comments

Someone recently mentioned they would like to see a little more of baby J. 
It’s a busy week and I am gearing up for the final installment of “Teach your Kids to Eat” so here are a couple pics of The Littlest One – especially for the Gramma’s and Great Aunts.
Photos are S.O.C. and flash is still broken… be kind.
 Staying warm in this 150 year old house and ready to chow down!
 Juliette and her new cousine!  9 months apart… was she ever THAT little?
 You are a joy to me!  
Look at those silly little teeth!
Juliette is the happiest of babies. 
  Ready to have fun at any moment.  And desperately trying to keep up with her big brother and sister.
So precious.
Big Brother’s new trick.
Momma loves you Hoolie.
“And I thought I loved you then.”


  1. cityfarmer

    she is p.u.r.e. delight

    I will never forget her debut, January 20, 2010

  2. Deanna


  3. Ashley DeLen

    She is a DOLL!!!

    ((the house we live in is 124 years old and when my little girl was little she LIVED in footed PJ’s…somedays she still does!!))

  4. Alice

    I’ve got a smile that’s ear to ear after seeing these little cuties!

    Mine are nearly all grown up and I sure do miss those toddler days.

    Thanks for sharing!

  5. Stephanie

    This is so sweet. All of your children look like little angels.

  6. Sherri

    What beautiful children you have! Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos with us! What cuties!!

  7. Privet and Holly

    Precious, precious,
    precious! And to
    think that I got to
    meet her {have the
    pics to prove it!}
    last summer at the
    Nada Farm sale : )
    Love the teeth and
    also your other little
    sweeties. I wish you
    all a lifetime of
    smiles like the ones
    in these pictures!
    xx Suzanne

  8. Priscilla

    Thank you for sharing you beautiful children.
    I’ve been reading, with pleasure, your posts on table manners. I couldn’t agree more.
    My husband and I were confident that we could take our daughters anywhere and they would be welcome.
    My youngest daughter was a nanny in Switzerland for 5 years. She enjoyed teaching her little charge to eat properly, as she had bee. Later there were twins added to that family. Now home, I feel she will be prepared to deal with ANY situation concerning children!

  9. Carissa

    Oh my how my heart strings are being tugged on and I have never even had the pleasure of meeting these sweet babies.

    I must say I gasped out loud at picture number three. That picture is so beautiful of the two of you.

    Thank you so much for sharing pictures of your family~loved them.

    PS Our boys have the same knit cowboy sheets!! 🙂

    Pss I didn’t get a chance to comment on your last post, but I couldn’t agree more!!! We do not drink milk either and avacado is a regular at our house!!

  10. Anne - Fiona and Twig

    Your babies are perfection.
    Just beautiful, truly God’s handiwork.

    Thank you for your loving words to me earlier. Backatcha. 🙂

  11. Jenn V

    Precious! These photos make my ovaries ACHE!!!

  12. Facing50Blog.com

    Oh what a sweetheart! I am a new follower passionate about La belle france, who lived in Paris (the Bois de Boulogne- please don’t laugh!) for a while. I had a house near Toulouse for 11 years and now France me manque….I’m back again in Decemebr but following your blog gives me a flavour of france again.

  13. Faith

    She’s amazing!! Great pictures 🙂

  14. Old Centennial Farmhouse

    Oh, what a fun Christmas you all are going to have together! I love all the pics, but the ones of you holding her are just the best! Beautiful! Especially the one where the lit up garden is behind you…frameworthy!

  15. Anne Marie

    she’s so cute…

    here’s to a blessed Thanksgiving Ange….with all of your family

    anne marie


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