Friday

On a recent balmy day in our usual spring pattern of sun/snow/sun/snow, we decided to set out to White Fence Farm for an early spring farm dinner.

Q wearing her shades on her head "like a mommy".
Sometimes you have to see the Q in motion sequence. A great part of her beauty is in her motion, and since I have not been able to bring myself to figure out editing and uploading video, this will have to do!

What would earliest spring be...
...without a baby lamb. This one was SO brand new that it had to lie down and take a nap every two minutes like clockwork.
Mommy loves to feed the sheep. It's mommy's favorite thing. Q thinks they're tickle-y.

A lovely day on the farm. Now I'm looking forward to picking season so we can visit the berry and produce farms on the outskirts of town!

8 comments:

nath said...

she looks sooo grown up in this serie...
Will be time for farm for us all too very soon.

Yoli said...

Fortunate you, I love berries. I agree with Nath, she looks so grown up. There are those killer stares of hers again. Does she bit her fingernails? Sally has a very bad habit of doing so which I have not been able to break.

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

She doesn't bit them, Yoli, but she has always sucked two fingers for comfort and it gives her hangnails on those fingers. She's very finicky about her fingernails, and if there's one that's ragged, she gets very concerned and wants them clipped. That's what you see here: Q being fussy.

alliot said...

oh! Q and iza have grown a lot after the winter ... they seem to be following the growing rhythm of plants. In the Spring, they bloom. Ha!

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

I like your spring bloom analogy, Alliot!

rosanguyen said...

Q looks gorgeous in motion and in that lovely blue dress.
Aww the baby lamb so adorable.

Punctuation Mark said...

she is sooo adorable!!! have a nice weekend!

Ancarol said...

Q are so shine ... i like her confidenc : )have a good time