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Fall Beauty








It was a beautiful day yesterday.  And we really enjoyed it!  Thank you Fall for being so lovely.

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Trench Mommy said…
Beautiful! Looks different there than here! We woke up to snow! Enjoy!
Karen said…
I love the colors of fall; so rich and yummy! The photos of your children are gorgeous. Your son is getting so grown up!
Jenna said…
I know I've said it many times before, but I gotta say it again..."Your kids are Gorgeous"!!!!!
Tara said…
I love that you threw in the pictures of your children with the fall leaves. They do belong in a post entitled "Fall Beauty"
Taking Heart said…
Fun fall photos... It's such a blessing to live in a place to enjoy the change of seasons! My three year old gets it this year, and is having a blast looking at all of the trees and watching the leaves fall... now only if the sun will come out and warm up just a tad!

Thanks for stopping by my blog, nice to meet you!
Hannah said…
Amazing pictures! Loved each one :)
Big Mama Cass said…
beautiful shots! I am so jealous! Our leaves don't change colors here. They just die and fall off. NOT very pretty. I miss The changing of the Aspens in Colorado. *sigh*
Joni said…
Pretty trees & kids!
*~Petra~* said…
Your kids are absolutely beautiful! I love fall too. I am just starting to appreciate it... hopefully we will get to enjoy it for a while before the snow hits. :)
Foursons said…
So glad to see you following me! Welcome to my madness. :)

The fall color on those trees is beautiful but the photo of your daughter (the middle picture) is absolutely stunning. The lighting on her face, her hair, the colors- GORGEOUS shot! That could definitely be an IheartFaces entry.
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