Friday, April 1, 2011

Dinner on the Wall

For there is no friend like a sister,
      in calm or stormy weather,
   to cheer one on the tedious way, 
to fetch one if one goes astray, 
      to lift one if one totters down, 
to strengthen whilst one stands. 
           - Christina G. Rossetti

The princesses took their supper outside to eat tonight.  I prefer when they eat outside or on the veranda. Less mess if I can just hose them off!  Not that I would actually do that....often.  {wink}  I smiled when I saw them sitting on the wall eating their creative.  Wish I could have watched them getting Eden up there though...that would have been interesting.  I wonder how they did that and not spill the food?


Kami Gimenez said...

They are so precious! I can just see them "hoisting" their little sis up. So cute!

Jeanie said...

Okay, you'll have to forgive my little giggles at a sweet little girl with sandals on the wrong feet. ;) What fun little ones are! My little one is almost as tall as me now. He's still fun! They are such a blessing!!! Hard work, but a blessing. I was just looking at picks on facebook and one came up of a bunch of delightful little kids in Gorin - - mostly little girls! And there on the right was a sweet Maria (about Teddy's age) and then then I see little Moriah with her little sisters, and my heart is so happy! Love you dear little sister!

Jessi said...

Maria, how old are your girls now? They were so small the last time I saw them--I think all under 4 years old then.

missionarymomma said...

Did you notice the wrong feet sandals. So sweet. You will cherish these photos.

raising4princesses said...

So funny that everyone is noticing Eden has her shoes on the wrong feet. Did you also notice one shoe looks bigger then the other? They all have matching shoes that look like that and she has trouble telling them apart. She is wearing one of hers and one of her sister's shoes! Jessie, they are 6, 5, 3, and almost 4 m. My babies are growing up...sniff.

Cassidy said...

How adorable!!!!! Your girls are very creative and adventuresome! That made for lovely pictures also. I didn't notice the shoes, just the precious little ones. Sweet girls!

Smiles, Cass

Unknown said...

I didn't notice the shoes either. Danny, our four-year-old, is always wearing his shoes on the wrong feet. I looked down during church last night, and his boots were on the wrong feet. I would think that would hurt his feet but apparently not. I enjoy reading your posts, Maria.

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