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Wordless Wednesday..What is going on here??

Not even sure what I was trying to capture here but I can't stop laughing at it now!  Go visit 5MinutesforMom for more great Wordless Wednesday posts.


Stacy said…
LOL...the girls looked scared to

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Caroline said…
It looks like mom was in the mood for a photo op and the kids? ...not so much! Happens to me all the time! LOL

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Pam said…
Sibling harmony?
R Clan said…
LOL That is pretty funny.
Lucy and Ethel said…
I can see why you're laughing!

Looks like perhaps a good time was NOT had by all....

Brandi said…
LOL! It wasn't a good day, huh?!
Vixen said…
Scared, Stunned, and Startled? Funny, catch though.
marie said…
I think our kids are the exact same age-7,4.5,2.5
I just barely found out that your fam moved to price- I had no idea. You can come visit my family in Fayette whenever you get home sick for good ol' Gunnison:)
By the way I love your blog,it's very creative:) Take Care.
Unknown said…
That's a great WW!
Cynthia said…
I love the little crier!~ Some of my favorite photos of my kids are the ones that are non-smiling!
Looks like a typical day at our house. Thanks for enjoying my little one on my blog!! I might be willing to trade yours are seriously adorable!!
*~Petra~* said…
That is awesome... three different emotions captured... I don't think you have planned that any better... :)
That's so cute. It really captures so many emotions! ;-)

Lindy said…
Thanks for the advice... i am learning very quickly everything I can about computers. We actually bought it over 4 years ago... sounds like its time to move on to apple.
Lindy said…
Thanks for the advice... i am learning very quickly everything I can about computers. We actually bought it over 4 years ago... sounds like its time to move on to apple.
Heidi said…
He, he. That picture is priceless. Usually when someone is swinging its a happy time. If you find out what was going on I would love to know! Thanks for the chuckle!
And thanks for stopping by my blog today.
Anonymous said…
That pic is too funny! The girls look like they're scared to death!
Hazel Nut said…
That is funny! Brother looks pretty happy, but sisters, not so much lol.

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