Thursday, March 21, 2013

The boys.

Yesterday's post ended up being a little 'for the girls'...
and well my boys....


Just look at them!!!


meboys


I have always been and will always be crazy in love with them!









With a full heart,
Donna





11 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:31 AM

    (((LOVE))) button!

    Mary Z

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    1. Echoing Mary - LOVE this.

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  2. Oh for the love of boys!

    I have 3 boys, ages 20, 24 and 27. I remember all the fights over Legos and Matchbox cars and who was going to take a shower first, and whose turn it was to take out the garbage. How I miss those days. I am so glad we had a video camera to record them and their swingset tricks,bike tricks and skateboard tricks. Today they are each others best friends.

    Your boys are very handsome!

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  3. My husband and I have so much to teach our boys (3 of them). #1 on the list currently: Don't be easily influenced. You alone are responsible for your actions.

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  4. awwww. Boys are tough to raise sometimes...
    My boy is such a quiet one.....but when he speaks it is usually spot on

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  5. My oldest son is home from college, for Spring Break, and we invited his friend (with whom he graduated) over for dinner. Jacob and Jordan are both attending different colleges, but continue to keep in touch.
    I texted a picture to the friend's mama and said how thrilled we were to see her son and that he is a great kid. (the picture was of our sons)
    She wrote back: "Now that's a good-looking view. We better enjoy these boys while we can before a couple of girls decide to get their MRS.!!"
    I thought it was cute. And, oh-so-perfect coming from a mother of a boy.
    E.

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  6. Anonymous12:20 PM

    A Momma and her boys!! This Momma is VERY EXCITED to go see her boys this weekend! :D

    sis' cindy :)

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    1. Anonymous3:55 PM

      Have a happy reunion weekend! jep

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  7. Anonymous3:54 PM

    Our DIL was worried that after having her first child (a girl) she would not know how to love her second child (a boy). NO Problem, she is head over heels in love with him and at four months he follows her around the room with his eyes and turns his head and strains to make sure he can see her. He is a momma's boy!

    We had two sons and love them dearly. Now a granddaughter is icing on the cake. You are blessed Donna to have two of each!
    love and prayers, jep

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  8. I am, Jep! So sweet about your DIL. That's a common worry I think... W/ baby #2

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  9. The eternal love story between a woman and his son ;)
    I love your picture, Donna.

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