Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Bright Eyes

I am sitting here with my computer and a cat in my lap, so it is a chore to try to type. So, I would like to take just a minute to encourage you to click each photo and enlarge it.
Lorelei was one busy little girl fact, I think she is a busy girl every day.
And a happy kid at that. But oh, does she have a temper!
There is a corner in their living room where there is an antique lamp table... and she always wants to crawl back under it. I have a hard time getting her out from back there, so I just don't let her go. She gets mad and starts kicking her feet, and does this grunting thing till you know she is unhappy.
I think you can see her tooth in this one if you enlarge it!
However, usually if she is offered other things such as a book, or to go look out the window, she forgets all about what she had started to do.


George said...

These are great pictures of Lorelei. She is adorable (but you know that).

Lowell said...

Doggone darling photos, Rose! She is growing up so fast! That last picture is to die for!

My Vagabond Heart said...

She's getting so big and is cute as a button!

Mary said...

The sunshine in her smile sure makes up for when there isn't any outside! What a doll she is.

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Oh Rose, What a Cutie Pie.. She is such a bundle of joy... Love that smile. She does look like a pistol though... I do see her little tooth popping through...Love it

Thanks for sharing.

don said...

This is a wonderful series of the "happy" Lorelei having a great time. She is a beautiful youngster and has such an engaging smile! Thanks for sharing the big pictures too!

Anonymous said...

Look at that smiling face, my goodness, she's sooo sweeeeet! She's really cracking up in that 2nd shot!

EG CameraGirl said...

She has a lovely disposition, I can see that from the photos. If she gets angry now and then, that means she's normal. ;-)

SquirrelQueen said...

What a cutie, those eyes are very bright indeed. She has an adorable smile but we can't smile all the time, a little temper tantrum now and then is just part of growing up.