Bow Heavy

Because there are so many of us, we have an unwritten rule that everyone needs their beds made, their hair done and they should be dressed before breakfast … it helps me to not have to chase down the little ones to get ready after they have eaten and run off to play.

The bigger girls are so helpful … they are great in the morning, assisting in doing multiple heads of hair (can you imagine how long it takes to do six – seven, myself included – heads of hair?!) before breakfast and before their barn chores…





This morning, I think Lavender’s head received all the attention … 😉


P.S. And yes, she looks so big to me in these photos! She’s now 18 months old … she’s so much fun at this age!


November 14, 2015 - 6:46 am

Gillian Thanks, girls … she is so sweet to us, too. 🙂

Sorry for not replying, Maike. My email is not working right now.
Well, the prairie dresses – yes, we search high and low for those. Some we find at thrift stores, some we have had made for the girls … they are hard to find but wonderful when you do find them! has some but that is not the cheapest way to buy them. If only I could sew better, I would make more! (Although, in the picture you first commented on, I made that skirt – which was a big deal for me! A start in sewing!)

November 14, 2015 - 12:36 am

Maike She does look so much bigger indeed and she doesn’t look as chubby anymore as she did when she was smaller. ^_^

Can you tell me where you got the prairie dresses from?

November 13, 2015 - 12:53 pm

Tawnia So sweet!

November 13, 2015 - 4:01 am

Brenda (Gigi’s Mom) I can’t believe that she is so grown up already!!!! So cute, I love all the bows! And the attitude … she knows she is the model 🙂

November 12, 2015 - 9:24 pm

Jen Heemskerk I can’t believe your baby is so grown up now!! She is so adorable!