Thursday, September 30, 2010

Tea Time with Annabeth

What is tea time if not a moment to be prim and proper...



To enjoy the finer things in life...



And to revel in our femininity and sophistication?

42 comments:

Christy said...

Love this!

3girlsmom said...

I could EAT HER WITH A SPOON.

Kelly @ Love Well said...

Bwhahahahaha!

For what it's worth, tea time IS the time to relax and enjoy yourself, right? It looks like she's got that part down.

Kandi said...

Okay, she is just precious! I love the close up of her little foot. What a fun time for the two of you to share! Made me smile. :)

tiggerdaisy said...

Cutie pie!!! Now that is EXACTLY how I like to enjoy my tea!! :) :)

Prayers and blessings,
Rebecca

Missy said...

That is the perfect tea time!

P.S. Perhaps we shall wait awhile before taking the girls back to the tea room. ha ha

Nicole said...

I love this post! Absolutely precious....and that last picture is just too much!!! She is such a muffin!!! :)

Erin said...

Oh my, she is precious! She looks so much like your momma to me!

Sister Lynn said...

Isn't it amazing how much mess ONE OREO can make!!!

She is a cutie-patootie!

Blessings!

Heather said...

ha ha!! I laughed about Missy's comment and the tea room! :) Love this and that last picture, I just wanna squeeze her!!

Cindy Bultema said...

So adorable!! I miss those little girl feet ~ my girls are 6 & 7 now. Looks like you had a great time!!
Blessings to you~
Cindy :)

Marla Taviano said...

Amen! I kind of snorted at that last one. Soooooo cute!

Angela said...

Amanda,
I had your sweet girl in Sunday school this past sunday. She was a complete doll. You should be very proud. Her and Ava hit it off....they played almost the whole time. What a JOY you have!!
Angela

CAROL LIVIN FOR GOD said...

She is just to adorable that smile
of hers I could eat her up to sweet
Carol

Dori in Texas said...

Oh my gosh! TOO funny. She is a doll. We had two boys before we had our two girls and let me tell you, you will be so happy she has an older brother. Older brothers influence their sisters in lots of good ways, not the least of which, is that they don"t encourage the "girlyness" and they function well without the drama. My boys were great role models for my girls. And, they look out for them! : )

Deidre said...

Just what every toddler's tea time should look like. She is precious.

Maryellen said...

From the smile and sheer joy on her face I can see tea time is a big success ! Very very funny

courtney said...

this is so fantastic.

Beth said...

absolutely precious =D

Kim Safina said...

Amanda,

The Joys of Mommyhood!!!
Oreo's never looked so good!
Darling!!!!!

Bring her to Auntie Kim! We will have a grand tea party!

nancymattingly said...

seriously, laughing out loud! I SO need to hug her!

lavonda said...

oh my goodness gracious, she is a livin doll!!!

and those little piggies??
make me want to have another baby. :)

Ana B said...

Hahaha... something my daughter would do! :)

Kelly @ Blessed Mommy, Blessed Wife said...

Precious pictures!! The commentary made them even sweeter :)

Rhonda said...

So SWEET!

Erin said...

She reminds me of Ry a lot in these pics :)

Sarah said...

So cute!!! Love that smile. And being happy and enjoying what you're doing (which she obviously is) is much more important than cleanliness and prim/properness anyday in my book! :) Thanks for sharing.

Lauren said...

HAHA!!!!!! Love it :)

Patty said...

So cute!!!

Kelli said...

I see nothing wrong with how she is enjoying tea time! :)

Leyla said...

Love it! Such a cutie...they're so much fun at this age!

Grumpy Pants said...

LOL! I wish I could enjoy tea time that much. Cute.

Marilyn in Mississippi said...

This has got to be one of the cutest blog posts ever!! I hope she appreciates how cute when she's a teenager looking at these pics! lol

Marilyn...in Mississippi

Tiffany said...

I LOVE THIS!!!

melinda said...

Just one of your fans checking in on you. Love the tea time post with your girl who has a knack for getting cuter by the day.

Especially loved your previous post on the complicated lives we live. Fully appreciate the sentiment that it's hard to see the significance in the repetitive. Make a great dinner, serve it, and dang if they don't get hungry again the next day.

Please keep writing. You have a gift.

Your perspective so resonates with me. Cheering you on from Minnesota~

Bobbie said...

Oh, My Word!! She's adorable..dirty feet on the table and oreos! What a wonderful tea time to remember.. :)

The smile is PRICELESS!!!!

Dinglefest said...

Oh my goodness. Pure preciousness.

Erica said...

Awesome! My Brooke has that precious dress as well! So glad you let her enjoy the tea!

Lauren said...

too cute!

K{IR}STEN said...

Awww. Double Awwww. Tea time- Redefined! What a lovely post and blog.

Mrs. Jenk said...

What is it with kids wanting to put their feet up on the table? I end up pushing Abby Lu so close to the table her little baby belly is squished just so that her foot can't bend up onto the table!

MarytheKay said...

MY kind of girl!