1.13.2010

Wordless Wednesday

These are my children

Then





And Now

once a blond now a brunette...I'm still adjusting



Once a redhead now a blackie...I'm still adjusting



Once a redhead always a redhead...you can't bottle her color...




My confession for today:ɯǝɥʇ ǝʌo1 ı ʇnq....ʍou ʇɥbıɹ ɥɔnɯ ʎɹǝʌ ǝɯ ǝʞı1 ʇ,uop ʎǝɥʇ

27 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, for some reason, I thought your kids were younger. What are their ages? They're all so gorgeous! Just like their mama.

    Justine :O )

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  2. we should chat, wanna set up a time? btw you have got to give me the code for the upside down thing , <3 it!

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  3. I guess that is one of the "perks" of being
    a parent. They'll come around.
    Keep your chin up. :)

    Melinda

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  4. You have beautiful children! I'm all atwitter about the upside down text thing, by the way. I may or may not have had to stand behind my laptop and pull the screen down to read it because, well, never mind. Who said I can't read upside down?

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  5. They may not always like you, but they always love you. If you're on their bad side, you're doing your job as a tween/teen mom.

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  6. hey we did not have kids so they always love us...and you know what...it is okay.
    great looking kiddos/adults

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  7. Hey Sister, your kids are your kids. When they get older they'll like you and love you.

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  8. do you realize we have a two out of three chance of marrying into each other's families? redhead for my moody and brunette for my mr. beans. blackie's on his own, but from the looks of him, he won't need help landing a lady!

    they are all so gorgeous.

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  9. Love your confession, sadly this could be my motto of late...GREAT looking kids:)

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  10. Mine call me the mamarazzi. It's a fine line between love and hate when there's a camera involved.

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  11. Your kids are beautiful, as always!!!

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  12. Nice. Why do kids want to change their hair color? They will get enough of that once they are grown-up and the grey starts to make an appearance.

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  13. Mine only occasionally speak to me. Somehow, in the late teens, I'm fine with that.

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  14. Beautiful kido's, Georgie.
    They can't stay mad at you very long,
    they need you too much.
    Trust me on this one!

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  15. I am sure that they like you just fine!!! :))

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  16. Ok....how did you do that???????
    Not the children, I figured that one, but that upside down thingy.....and my children never like me...I think!

    Great looking crew you have there girl!

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  17. I just know that when it's time for dinner, they will be talking to you once again.

    Your kids are gorgeous! You're just too young to have old kids! :)

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  18. Georgie, I think we make a big mistake when we teach them to talk. It's all down hill after that! LOL

    They are beautful ~ two princesses and a prince ~ just remind them that the queen is the one in charge. They'll talk, either when they want something or get hungry.

    Thanks for stopping by my place. I was getting a bit worried about you. (Thought you might still be working on the web camera for fb to shoo away that awful virus. LOL)

    Hugs!

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  19. I always say I should've frozen mine when they were little, like yours in the first picture.
    Sigh.....

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  20. What is it with boys and that hair style?? It's hard to pick em out of a line up cause they all have the same 'do.

    They don't always have to like us and we don't always have to like them. Nothing wrong with that. Let's face it, yours are at the ages now where they can be real peckersnots. It does get better though...

    Love ya

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  21. I can remember when I was thought of as the "meanest beeyotch" in B.A. But the sweetest words I ever heard was when you were in the hospital, right after Abby was born, and you looked at me and said, "Mom, you were right". Now look at the beautiful woman and mother you have become...they are just going through those tough teenage years, they will come back around, may take a few years, but I promise you-they will.

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  22. wow look how grown up they are!

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  23. Aww they all look so grown up :)

    SE x

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  24. Just doing a little blog surfing as I am babysitting three grands. I have to say your children are absolutely beautiful.
    As the mother of six grown children, I can promise you, they WILL love you again. It is a phase they have to go through. Amazingly, you will even be smart again!! Hang in. I want to know how to type upside down and backwards too. Then for sure they will think I am smart!

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  25. Still cute!

    I was a HORRIBLE teen....

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  26. Georgie, how old is your youngest? My nearly 12 year old has been ON MY CASE for a year now to dye her hair and I keep telling her she's too young :o) She wanted to do something crazy like black. I'm glad she didn't see this post! :o)

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