Beautiful Babies and Mommies

Monday, February 1, 2010

Last year, there was something in the water at work. And the result? Lots of babies.

I went to my friend Gwendolyn's house to meet her beautiful baby boy, Sinjin and Shannon's precious baby girl, Katie. Well, there aren't babies anymore, but adorable little people!

Friends from work and library school know these two great librarians so I wanted to share the photos.

Shannon and daughter, Katie (13 months)

My mommy is delicious. Gwendolyn with Sinjin (9 months)

Sinjin. One handsome little man.

Oh yes, my eyes are that blue.

I'm eating the Food Librarian's Cinnamon Chocolate Bundt!

SinjinKatie_2010_0127_8432 SinjinKatie_2010_0127_8433
I have great respect for photographers who can take pictures of multiple children at the same time! This group shot did not happen! :)

Thanks for visiting Shannon, Katie, Gwendolyn and Sinjin!
You are all beautiful! (The rest of the photos are here)
Pin It!


Sook said... [Reply to comment]

Oh what lovely pictures.

La Table De Nana said... [Reply to comment]

They are! That last shot is ..well you know..just priceless.

Lori R. said... [Reply to comment]

how precious....

Bella Baker said... [Reply to comment]

awww, soooo cute!! Those children are just adorable!!!

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Wonder why my comment didn't show? Did it get stuck in spam?

The Food Librarian said... [Reply to comment]

Hi April Marie, I didn't get another comment from you about this blog. Wonder what happened... - mary

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Me neither.. hehe But I bet it was me who forgot to hit the send button.. I'm a dork like that... = )

They are the most adorable little babies I've ever seen = )

Gwendolyn said... [Reply to comment]

That was so much fun--and the desserts (of course) were AMAZING! I'm wishing I had some of that Cinnamon Chocolate Bundt right now. I'm also wishing I had worn make-up and brushed my hair that day. Oh well, at least the sandwiches were ready!

Post a Comment

Blog Widget by LinkWithin