Thursday, January 05, 2006

the kitty, the witch, and the blue's clues

10 comments:

La Yen said...

The KeeKee loks a little posessed...

~j. said...

Pih-pew kee-kee didn't WANT to smile and didn't WANT to have the hood up and didn't WANT to have her picture taken. Well guess what. I didn't WANT to do Halloween by myself again (D was in Seattle), but I did it, didn't I?

MOM said...

HOW CUTE! Rae looks SO much like you! I do feel bad for pih-pew kee-kee. Hopefully, she became happier with a sugar high. Love you all.

AzĂșcar said...

I can't believe you got everyone to stand in one place long enough to take a picture.

Mother of The Year honors, right there.

p.s. I want to gobble up clara

Bek said...

I was just thinking that Rae looked a lot like you!! I love these pictures. BTW I was pix of the blog lunch on Dalybirds website. CUTE!!!

I love how you got the sun setting on the mountians and the purple clouse in the background. Great picture.

How old is purple kitty again? 4? That is the age my daughter was when we had the same situation on Halloween....

~j. said...

Carina - gobble away. When you're finished, she'll probably say, "a-geh", meaning she'd like for you to do it again.

Bek - yes, Em's 4. But that's kind of how she just is. There were too many people around. You know the Christmas card photo? That sly little look? She's not being coy - that was the biggest "smile" we could get out of her, and that was time #3 at the photo studio, so we went with it. But I think it accurately reflects how she is a lot of the time. She's learning to come out of her shell.

I also like the sunset - lucky me. Thanks for the compliment - how nice, from a photographer such as yourself.

Bek said...

I know how that is w/ the shy thing. Well, not personally. My daughter would go home with anyone without thinking twice..and has always been that way. My good friend Suzy, however, has a daughter the same age as Lu. I have seen her almost every day of her life since she was three weeks old. We STILL have to coax a "hello" out of her when I see her. You would think I am a snarling two headed dog by the way she looks at me.....I get the shy thing. And, taking pictures of her is a real treat. :-)

Queen Scarlett said...

I'll give you that - Utah has great mountains and sunsets.

Did you make the pumpkins? And... it's a cute photo. I also realized how lucky your girls are to have a Mom that is make-up/beauty central.

~j. said...

They do like having the makeup around, but they know not to touch it. And NO WAY did I make those pumpkins. They're from Lillian Vernon. I like them because we can (and do) use them every year, and each girl has her own, with her name on it, so there's no confusion.

Queen Scarlett said...

good tip...on the pumpkins.