Thursday, May 08, 2008

My Cup Runneth Over

I'm the luckiest mom in the world.

Enough said.

16 comments:

Casey's trio said...

EVERYONE IS SMILING! How in the world did you make that happen? GREAT PICTURE:)

Laura said...

WOW! Everyone is smiling. I do not have a picture with all my kids smiling together... I wouldn't even try with me in the mix. It must have been a mother's day miracle. Your kids are SO amazing. What a beautiful family.

Melissa said...

This is the PERFECT picture. Is it dad on the other end?
Now if we could just photoshop him in it'd be a nice happy family pic.
This is the kind of picture you make small and put in one of those necklaces. Or a great wallet pic.
The list is endless.

Jaime said...

What a beautiful family! And it truly is amazing that ALL 5 kids are smiling! That never happens at my house.

Laurie said...

You are truly blessed with a gorgeous family! What a great picture. That is one that needs blown up and framed.

Cecily R said...

All smiling and no nose picking! Truly a feat to be proud of!! Your family is gorgeous. But you knew that...:)

Are You Serious! said...

♡ What a cute picture! And they're ALL smiling at the SAME time!!! So sweet!

girlytwins said...

Yes you are!

That is a wonderful picture. You and your kids are so beautiful.

Gunnisac Sandersons said...

Beautiful kids Angie! I do believe you are a very blessed lady.

Laurie M. said...

I love the picture! Such a beautiful family!

Nancy said...

This is a treasure. Everyone looking and smiling. Your kids are so cute. We are now in the stage that it is great if we can just get everyone to look.

Shannon said...

Amen! Gorgeous picture!

Kristin said...

so cute. And they all look like they have red hair...except Garrett.

Connie said...

Such a wonderful photo Angie...your family is beautiful!!

Clark Captions said...

Beautiful! The twins are looking so grown up! What happened to the baby fat?

Leslie said...

You really are...lucky, that is. It looks like you had a great Mother's Day. It is so nice when your kids can actually begin to express appreciation (rather than "Dad" getting the card/gift). Their simple gifts are so heartfelt.