Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Silly Goose Part One

It has been a little while since I have posted pics of my silly goose!
Today we played outside with bubbles and water guns... along with other things.
This is a two part picture series! :) So scroll down!
I like them to be in B&W (which I do in Picasa or Flickr) and I had to use Picasa.
I can only blog 4 at a time from there.
If I upload them straight from my blog they will be in color!
Michael is my flickr guru and he is not here so... having to do it this way!
Sorry! and sorry for the long explanation.. ha
One of these days I will get Michael to show me how to upload from the camera straight to flickr...
If I ever get a new laptop! :)
Or... I will use the editing software that Courtney gave me...
if I ever get that put on my laptop!

Blowing Bubbles... look at those sweet cheeks and lips!!

Carver thought the plants needed to be watered... he watered them all!

That boy throws everything he gets his hands on!!

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Winter said...

Looks like you have some great pics to scrap! I love those little lips blowing those bubbles! Too sweet! :)

Tiffany said...

Hi Kelly!! Carver is so cute!! :D

Jeanne said...

What terrific pictures! He sure is a cutie! And I can tell, ALL BOY! LOL Have fun scrapping these!

Courtney Baker said...

Sister you so need to break out the photoshop! Seriously... there is a black and white conversion and you can even add more contrast to my your black and white photos (more white where they should be white and more black where it should be black...) if that makes sense. It's really fantastic!

Alice Wertz said...

your little boy is so cute! Thanks for sharing those precious photos!

Randee E said...

Kelley, not only is your son just the cutest, but these photos are awesome!! Seriously, I would have a couple of these printed poster size on canvas and hung around the house. Or presents for Grandma and Grandpa. They are really awesome!!

Stephanie said...

whatta cutie!! sign him up for baseball....put that throwing arm to good use :)