Monday, September 1, 2008

Hey, Wanna Meet My Kids?

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This ^ is Babette; she's my oldest ...



And this l'il cutie ^ is Marjorie ... she's really startin' to blossom!



This ^ is Rain ... I named him after The Artist Formerly Known as Prince. See the purple rain on him?



This ^ is Ginger; she's bouncing back nicely from a terrible accident involving a giant tree frog.



This ^ smokin' hot redhead is Rosie ...



This ^ is Kitty; she's the baby of the family. Isn't she purty?!?!

Anyway, I hope you enjoy my baby pix. It's monsoon season down here so the kids are expressing their appreciation by throwin' lots of buds. As always, you can click on the images for a ginormous photo.

In other family news, the DH is really lovin' our new water bed! Me? I dunno; the bed is comfy but I feel we're drifting apart ...

~Hugs!

21 comments:

Anne said...

Awww Deb, it's been so mad busy here and I've been such a baaaaaad blogster and I've missed commenting on all your gorgeous beauts, and I even missed the chance to come and say a huge THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH once more for hosting the fabulous Punch Art tag challenge last week. So many people commented on what fun they'd had - you really inspired!!

Your babes are tremendous!!! Have you grown all these?? Is that for real about the giant tree frog? I can't imagine them roaming free - I have frogs, billions of them but they stay put in my pond!! Lord help us if they learn to climb trees round here!!! LOL!!!

Big {{{HUGS}}} to you - sorry to have missed so much last week - I do love your crazy grossgrain ribbon!! ;o) xx

Carolyn Bounds said...

WOW!!! Your children are beautiful and have such wonderful names. It must be a glorious experience to watch them play:o) Thanks for sharing your stunning family photos.

Dianne said...

Loooove your kids they are absolutly gorgeous, aren't orchids amazing flowers..

Tonniece said...

Your babies are stunningly beautiful.
WOW, Deb, lucky you to have a green thumb, I on the other hand tend to kill all the plants I get (so not on purpose though).

Happy Monday to you

Henderica said...

Wow they are pretty !
of my kids only two are in bloom

Love the cards you made :)

Joanne (Stamps4sanity) said...

WOW! They are all stunning. Just beautiful!

patty w said...

LOL....drifting apart ! Funny girl!

Love the Orchids!! Alot ! That's one plant I've never tried, always thought they were difficult children but most parents say they're rather easy! ...hmmmm...maybe I should have them for children instead of the ones I have in real life! :)

Annapurna said...

I once had my own baby like your ginger. She died so young. Sniff sniff.

I am loving kitty. So stylish. May be if I start naming my plants, then they might decide to stay with me.

Get a select comfort bed and he can be drifting, while you are snoozing. LOL! (Whatever, ignore my bad joke)

wendyp said...

Wow! They're gorgeous! I think I have a total of 3 plants in my house and that includes my sons cabbage science experiment he brought home. I just don't have a green thumb (unless I happen to be using green ink at the time, LOL!)

Theresa said...

Oh, such gorgeous kids! You must be so proud of them. Wish I could grow some here. Even indoors, it is nearly impossible.

Jennifer Hodge said...

Wow your flowers are beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing!

The Stampin' Soldier said...

I'm so jealous! I have some twigs in an urn that used to be hydrangeas. I love those, but I just can't grow a thing!

Shirley said...

Deb, These are so lovely. Wow! What happens to them when it gets so stormy down there? Did you go to the stamp convention in Kissimmee in June? I don't have any more questions this time....

Paula's ponderings said...

Breathtaking...nuff said!

Ann said...

Wow, these are spectacular!

Tina said...

I am so jealous of all your beauties! They are gorgeous, perhaps you can share your secrets with those of us that can't grow a darn thing.

Erica B. said...

Oh my Gorgeous!

I need to know how you keep them alive! Or at least bloom again. Maybe it's because mine don't like the desert?

Maggie R said...

Deb,
Your orchids are absolutetly gorgeous. Queen of the green thumbs I think..VBG
I am useless when it comes to growing much!!Brown thumb syndrome!!!
I noticed you mentioned "Ike" might be coming your way.... Oh how I pray you will be spared! These storms are certainly coming fast and furious.... Hate them. We have had a couple of bad thunder storms here in Southern Ontario Canada where I live but nothing like that.
Stay safe
xoxo
((((hugs)))))
Maggie

Mel M. M. M. said...

These are unbelievably stunning. YOu must be such a great mommy to keep these babies so happy. (I'm a murderous mummy and my orchid children always end up being disposable) My Nana (whose middle name is green thumb) can't get her orchids to rebloom. Any secrets? OXO perty'ugs!

malieta said...

Your flowers are stunning...I love the vibrant colors!!!

Diamantin said...

WOW...beautyful.