Sunday, October 4, 2009

Making Memories

I wanted to share with you some pictures of my youngest child a few years ago taken at his Christmas program. Garrett was in preschool. We went to Cracker Barrel afterwards. That is his favorite place to eat! I took this one of him in one of their rocking chairs out front on the porch. I think that he loves going there so much because of the warm feeling that you get there. Especially during the holidays.

He was in 4 year old preschool and they always put on the sweetest programs at that age. Isn't he a doll!?


Here he is pointing up to Heaven. On a sad note...his teacher sitting in the front row with her back to the audience passed away the next year form breast cancer. She was such a sweet lady and so sweet to both of my sons. She taught Cole too when he was little.



Here is Mrs. Jean in the back of the children singing with them. Garrett loves to sing and perform. I love these special times with my children. I love making memories with them.
I hope that you are enjoying making memores with your family this holiday season.


6 comments:

blushing rose said...

Precious are the memories of the child(ren). Cute as can be, Lee Laurie.

Got to go dig thru mine yet.

TTFN ~ Marydon
PS Visit me at our new blog ~ blushingrosetooo.blogspot.com

Sares said...

The children's pageants are always so precious. They're just so cute at that age and Garrett is no exception! I remember being in them when I was little too and how much fun they were. I loved the songs.

The imPerfect Housewife said...

SOOOO adorable!!! What a shame about his teacher. How on earth do you keep up with two blogs - you go girl!!! Have a great day ~

One Shabby Old House said...

There is nothing as sweet as children at Christmas time. I enjoyed seeing his sweet little face.
Merry Christmas.
Hugs
Becky

La Petite Gallery said...

Darling family. Great photo's
those pagents are fun.

yvonne

La Petite Gallery said...

I came over to wish you and your family a wonderful Healthy and happy Holiday Season.
Stay warm.

yvonne