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December 10, 2013

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Stina

Some lovely bunader and folkedans in the pictures too!

Diana

Fantastic hawk pic. Well done.

ruth

Yes, that hawk is awesome but that little scrunched-face girl is the best of the bunch! :-)

Debby

The hawk shot is amazing, I love the pattern of he feathers on her breast. It's annoying how the best things always happen on no camera days. It was worthwhile going back home. A red kite (European bird of prey) landed so close to me a couple of weeks ago, I was gutted I didn't have my camera with me. I get a bit lazy it's so heavy, I like to travel light.
Amelia's hair looks so cute in bunches, very grown up. Love the screwed up nose photo. She reminds me so much of my daughter when she was the same age.
Thanks for always sharing these perfect moments.
debx

Audrey

Oh - the ponytails. Love.

Candy

Pigtails,that face,the Hawk, I see a Clover and some decorating going on! And yes,it's freezing here in Pittsburgh, I don't mind the snow but I hate the ice. Now I'm going to scrub my tub so I can soak by candle light, read a book and drink some tea, thanks for the great idea!

Art Tea Life

yehhh CHAI - I had not been here in a while (don't blog much anymore)

Read the post / links on froth~er / tea.

Okay ! ORDERED . It Came. Opened - ---anddd

ADDICTION IN PROGRESS.

Thx for extra pounds I am putting on with this delicious milk / cream ! ha

(because denial and blame are characteristic addiction)

No but really , Loving My Big Girl Tea Toy. Thank You for info. FUN

Kathy@9peas

The pig tails are too much precious for one little girl, oh my!
I cannot believe the Hawk shot, just wow!

Thistle

The hawk photo is beautiful. We have a hawk around the neighborhood too but I've never been able to get a picture of him. I love those pigtails too.

Veronica

I have fiddled with chai too. The last go around, I used Heather's recipe: http://beautythatmoves.typepad.com/beauty_that_moves/2013/01/homemade-chai.html

I grated the ginger and maybe added a touch more. I also used half as much milk. So far, it's been my favorite. I think the grated ginger, for me, is what did the trick. In my mind I'm trying to duplicate this pot I had at this Indian restaurant in San Diego. The adorable Indian woman just told me it was made with Love :)

 ALICIA

TUS FOTOS SIEMPRE TAN REALES Y HERMOSAS.
QUE LINDA Y GRANDE ESTA LA NENA!!!
ME ENCANTA TODO LO QUE PONES PERO NUNCA ME CONTESTAS.
NI UN COMENTARIO.
SALUDITOS

leanne

HAHAHAHAA!! i LOVE everything you just said!! and ohmygosh the little monkey's funny face. love her xoxoxox

KM

We are city folk. So. Cal city folk at that. And yet there was a hawk that would frequent my backyard when the kids were little. I figured it out watching from the window one day. The boys had a little plastic golf set. There were forever white plastic golf balls on our lawn. The hawk thought he might have some eggs...and boy was he disappointed. You might toss some plastic golf balls in your yard next spring and wait to see if a bird of prey comes.

Danielle G

Loved Scanfair. My girls were so enchanted by the crowning of Oregon's Lucia. It will be all the more magical when we celebrate this Friday. I am with you on wishing for more snow

Kathleen

Oh the pigtails!!!

Leanne

Those pigtails!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love. :)

Tracy

Gorgeous hawk photo!

I want to come give Mimi a hug and sing her some of my favorite toddler play songs. I bet she'd be up for an energetic round of "Tick Tock Tick Tock, I'm a Little Cuckoo Clock."

Bethany Hissong

We have hawks in our yard but I've never been that close to them. Your picture is beautiful! We had two foxes chasing each other through the snow today. I need to keep my camera nearby from now on so I can capture all of this! I am also glad we decided not to keep chickens in our yard!

Flora

We had a red-tailed hawk move onto my college campus my junior/senior year. It was fun to watch--mostly because it terrorized the our very large squirrel population. (It took the squirrels a few weeks to understand that the hawk was NOT their friend.)

sharon p stanley

oh my i can't believe you had a hawk in a neighborhood! i am a bit jaded when it comes to hawks...we have them here on the farm and they are quite fun to watch and i do love their call, but little olive (my 5# yorkie poo) makes a run for it anytime she hears them! i know they could pick her up quick as a wink! but the best, the BEST, is amelia's PIG TAILS!!!! there just aren't enough pig tails in the world.

CJ

How wonderful, my biggest boy is a birdwatcher, and we would have been completely thrilled as well. I love Mimi's wonderful warm cosy trousers - I need some like that!

Julia

The pigtails… absolutely precious!!!

sarah

you are making me so homesick for portland on so many levels - i loved those snowy days when the whole city shut down because they have no idea how to deal with it there, and the years i spent studying birds in portland's parks, complete with coopers hawks attacking my lovely little study specimens. and your girl - she has the best faces ever! i didn't get to enjoy the city with my kids (we lived there before we had kids and now live in vermont), but regularly miss portland madly... thank you for your lovely post, alicia!

glittermom

Hawks sit in my backyard all the time, and catch squirrels and eat them, Right there, like it was Cracker Barrel or something. I don't take pictures of that> But your hawk was nice, it wasn't eating anybody.

Susan

Oh dear. That sweet face in the second shot of her. That scrunched up sweet adorable face. If anyone is ever down, all one need do is look at that photo for instant cheer. Sweet Mimi. Sweet sweet sweet sweet pea.

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