Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Leaves.

We had so many leaves this year.
The boys loved them the most I think. They would actually bury themselves all the way under this year. So brave.
The girls liked the leaves too...as long as they weren't buried all the way under.


10 comments:

Trent said...

I love the boys Freddy Kruger shirts and that all our kids have chipped teath. What are we going to do when the teeth are permanent?

To clarify the bottom right hand picture of Aiden. He saw me bagging leaves by standing on the lip of the bag with my feet and shoveling the leaves between my legs. It is a great technique, but no one does it quite like Aiden.

Jill said...

Your kids are so cute! I loved playing in the leaves with them last week. I should send you the pictures.

I got my candle holder and candles at Walmart and then I got the stuff inside it at Smith's Marketplace. You can copy, I don't mind. The ribbon was on the box that the stuff came in. RE-USED! Love it.

Annie said...

Those are great leaf pictures - Aiden copying Dad's technique, Andrew's huge jump and the girls just being cute girls (they're all looking SO old to me . . . ). Always a party with the Jensens.

p.s. I know I said this last time, but I really can't wait for the unveiling of the Jensen zombies. Happy Halloween! :)

Kim said...

Cute pictures. You have the best back yard ever and now with the leaves...SO fun!

I was laughing pretty hard at Trents comment about the Freddy Kruger shirts. Even in those shirts, they look so cute and I love that picture of those too. As always, your girls are adorable!

cwilson said...

FUN!

Angela said...

So fun! I love fall!

amyandseth06 said...

so cute! I love the leaves. Why is fall so short?

Dayna said...

That looks like so much fun! Some days I miss being a kid.

Sarah said...

Amy, these are SUCH cute pictures. They all turned out adorable!

Julie said...

fun! we did some leave raking today but they were all soggy and mushy so they weren't the jumping and rolling in kind. We waited a little too long. I'm glad you have lots of good shade trees. They provide love all year long in so many ways!