Sunday, May 31, 2009

Photo of the Week - Annika at Silver Falls

My sailor son is out to sea for a few weeks, and I had the great pleasure of entertaining my daughter-in-law and granddaughter for a whirlwind visit this weekend. We have been harvesting the spring silage crop this week and busier than busy, so we decided to take today "off" and go up to Silver Falls State Park for a picnic and to have a little quiet family time away from the farm.

(Oh! how I wish we had been camping instead and could have stayed for a while. sigh...)

Of course I took my camera along. Nothing compares to the charm of a happy and playful one year old, especially to her Nana, LOL.



13 comments:

MaryO said...

What a darling child! She was obviously having a great time with her grandmom. I know you enjoyed it too!

Judi W. said...

A year old already? Where does the time go?

Bear said...

Judi
hasnt she grown -and is even more beautiful then she were earlier if thats possible- thats some ball shes got
my oh my 1 year old already it goes way to quickly
lottsa love n hugs bear xoxoxoxo

Linda Fleming said...

Isn't she adorable? What a darling little girl. It nust have been heaven for you this weekend having that little doll visiting,

Norma Soulet (AZArtist) said...

Your little granddaughter is so cute. So happy you got away and enjoyed a happy day together.

Sandy said...

She is adorable! Love the poses.

Serena said...

It's wonderful that you managed to get away for the day after all the harvest work. Your little granddaughter is adorable!

Kerry said...

She is a beauty Judi, so glad you got this special time with her (:

Karen Becker said...

Oh Judi, she's so pretty!! Great pics too!
Karen Becker

Michelle Eaton said...

How sweet! She is very beautiful :)

HElen said...

Oh Judi,
She is precious! I love first photo, she has such flirting and sneaky look at the the time :) She is darling!

Shashi Nayagam said...

Annika is lovely!! Love the name. Don't kids grow up fast.

Sandy said...

Oh and meant to say earlier that my DIL is named Annika, but funny thing is my first grandson, her nephew use to call her "nana" when he was little, even at 7 he still does...because he couldn't say Annika.