Friday, July 10, 2009

Friday Photo Flashback ~ Vrroooom

Friday Photo Flashback

I am in the middle of packing boxes for our move this week (we’ve been renting since we moved in April) and I have a dolly I’ve been using. I walked by it yesterday to hear my Little Man rolling the wheels on it and making vrooom, vroooom, vroooom noises.

Having three boys in the house is crazy at times. But I know God knew what He was doing to give me all boys. I didn’t have Barbies growing up, I had these…

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Yup, I never doubted Him for a second!

20 comments:

Linda said...

I like your ride in the last picture, Carin!!

Darcie said...

Carin...you go girl!!! Those are the cutes pictures...love them.

Yes, I think He got it right. ;o)

Can't wait to see your exchange student pictures...hope your experience was as great as ours. He had another one 2 years later from Honduras...not as memorable.

Robyn said...

Such cute pictures!

Eyeglasses & Endzones said...

Sooo adorable! He He..your word verification is Purge!!! ;)

Kate said...

Carin,
I forgot yesterday to comment on your picture with your Mom. It was so great...and I love that my mom is my best friend too. :)
Also love these shots of you. I think I might be in for having lots of boys too.
Thanks for sharing such fun pictures!!!

carrielt said...

Too cute!!!

Mommy of M's said...

Such cute pictures!!

Where are you moving too now?

Alicia said...

Oh my gosh, Carin..you're too cute!! And I love your red shoes!!!!!!!!

And yes...God knew!!!! ;)

Wrena said...

:D

MareBear said...

I remember the second photo like it was just yesterday!!! Oh, you could go for hours and hours on anything you could make roll or go. And you loved to wear hats of any sort. I remember the one time I found you when you were supposed to be napping. You were reading a book and had an Easter basket on your head as a hat! I love the Friday Flashbacks. Keep it up.
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He & Me + 3 said...

Those are so cute. I have a few pictures like that of me too...but i had Barbies...
You are such a fun mom for your boys:) He did get it right!

Sharon said...

I never played with dolls either when I was younger, I was a tomboy.
I think that is why God gave us 3 sons also.
Love the last picture of you.
Good luck on the move.

Cy said...

The thing that is missing here is God's great sense of humor. Because you were (are) a tomboy, you get boys to raise. He knew you could handle it and even give 'em a run for their money. You did like to ride stuff!

Cy

Katy said...

What cute pics! Love your blog layout!

Under the Florida Sun said...

What cute pictures. Looks like you were a little dare devil growing up!!

Love all the groovy cars in the background :-)

Sheila said...

LOL great pictures! I love coming to your blog to see what pictures you'll have up as you have a great eye and now I see where you got it from. Your mom (i'm guessing that's who took those) had a good eye also! I also had to laugh as I was surrounded by brothers and a bit of a tomboy myself so having kids I always envisioned I'd have boys but God gave me all girls but one lil' boy who is ornery enough for all of them LOL!

The J's said...

awesome!

Kristen said...

How cool are these pictures!! Thanks for sharing. ;) And good luck with that move. I'm sure you're very happy to get somwhere a little more permanent.

chili pepper said...

I never did care for Barbie growing up either. My kids have the same little scooter...radio flyer. Well, probably the newer version...I love the vintage car in the background...which I probably only appreciate because I now have three boys. And I certainly know what you mean about boys making cars out of anything! My boys amaze me. I have shared this story with others and hope I am not repeating myself to you...but my Nathaniel was very ill from the time he was 6 months old until he was about a year...he couldn't walk, sit up, didn't eat, lost a ton of weight, didn't say any words... but he made car noises all the time! And he was the first boy...I can't even imagine where he learned car noises since there was no one around to teach him...it was instinctual, I am convinced.

aspen said...

Sweet pics...memories!!