Friday, April 27, 2007

The Flowers are in Full Bloom!

A few weeks ago (I CAN NOT believe I am just now posting these pics) was a day with the playgroup that we had been planning on for a long time. It was the Dallas Blooms festival at the Arboretum! This was my first trip to the arboretum and I was blown away at how gorgeous it is, more than I had imagined. There were tulips everywhere. Fields of them. The amount of adorable pictures were endless.

We stood in line for 1 1/2 hours for this picture (a professional one)! I was so nervous that after that long Ella was going to cry as soon as the camera was on her, but she didn't! She was so excited to be sitting next to that bunny! It was the cutest thing ever.

Ella and Ava eating their picnic lunch.

Ella's favorite thing is to be naked, so I thought, she'll love this and I'll get some cute pictures of her on this pretty green grass. Wrong! Apparently she hates grass and was doing everything she could to get the least amount of her body possible to touch the grass while screaming.

After the professional picture, picnic and the pretty pictures in the tulips, we got the babies comfy and strolled around checking out the rest of the place.

They even had a petting zoo, which the babies are pros at thanks to Ava's birthday party!

They had this huge fountain that Ella loved. I couldn't believe she was okay with the water splashing on her. Maybe it was because it felt good as the day got warmer.

It's a giant flower pot and watering jug! Isn't it so cute?!

Ella was definitely trying to hold Jackson's hand! And Jackson is not falling for it!

All of the moms and babies
Amanda & Jackson, Me & Ella, Sunni & Ava, Melissa & Joshua, Cassi & Tobey


Sunni at The Flying Mum said...

The picture of Ella trying not to touch the grass is priceless!

kittyhox said...

I hope you don't mind comments from a total stranger!

First of all, I want to move to Texas just so I can take my son to this place! It looks INCREDIBLE!

Second, what a cute quilt! It is just darling.

Third, and most importantly, your daughter is adorable. She is pink, personified.