Wednesday, April 08, 2015

Slow Day








































































9 comments:

Shelby said...

Wonderful pictures Monica. Love that Rachael has her hat on:) Samuels smile is heart warming. Emily is getting taller and more grown up and adorable with her braces. Where do you get those cups that they drink out of? I like them because they are probably easier to clean, a lot of them have the straw in them and I end up throwing them out.

thehomespunheart said...

Hi Shelby - I love those cups!!!! They are Nalgene water bottles I bought them at Target a couple of years ago. I bought two for each child and keep one with milk and one with water in the fridge at all times so they are always ready - my sister hooked me up with this fab idea which is great when walking out the door and needing to grab water or even just at meal time having something always ready. Every time they finish their milk, I wash those and then water bottles as needed also.

Anonymous said...

Hey Monica, I love your slow days. So much wonderfulness gets done <3 !!!~tammy

Kelli said...

Such beautiful pictures as always...I love how you capture the everyday things and make them look beautiful. I have been inspired by so many of your posts and one thing is am trying to do more often is have picnics...even if they are in the backyard. It's somethjng have wonderful memories doing growing up and I pray my kids will as well.
Enjoy your day!

angie said...

I love sliding barn doors! Do you know that ikea sells a kit for installing in your home? I hope to find a place for one in my next home. I'm looking for the Portraits book for our family. Thanks for sharing.

Mrs. K said...

Love that last picture with the books of the Bible in periodic table format. Where did you find that? My scientist would enjoy it.

thehomespunheart said...

Mrs. K: I saw it a local Bible Study spot - but also found numerous links when Googling it, try this: http://www.challies.com/resources/visual-theology-the-books-of-the-bible :)

Deborah said...

I love the pictures. You must live in one of the most beautiful places in this country. I'm always inspired to take my kiddos on a picnic after seeing yours. Maybe today's the day! As always, thanks for sharing.

thehomespunheart said...

Deborah: thanks for your sweet comment, I think beauty can be found if you are looking for it in so many different places and surroundings! I'm a beauty seeker which I think comes across in my photos - be encouraged to seek beauty where you live too!