Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Name That Photo!

Tonight, I really wanted to post about our amazing weekend away, but it's now 11:23 p.m., and it's so not happening. Not that I mind. I just had a lovely chat with my new friend, Courtney. A few months ago, sweet Courtney and her husband Allen gave birth to sextuplets much too early and are now grieving the loss of their six beautiful babies. If you feel led, please head over to their blog and leave a word of encouragement. You all are so good at that!

Ok. Off to bed, but of course not without a little photo from our weekend. Don't you think it's time for a Name That Photo Contest? I do, and I have just the photo.

Give this photo of our sweet little Ives a clever caption or some witty words...


... and if I pick your entry, I'll send you a collection of handmade baby washcloths and DOUBLE SIDED burp cloths. If any of you have had a spitty baby, you know that double sided is the key to your shoulder's happiness.

And no, I did not make these fabulous items myself. I only wish I was that crafty. They were made by a friend at church. When we had our babies, I think she gave us about 30 burp cloths, and with spitty Ivy, we go through all of them weekly. Check out my friend's blog to see some other cool things she and her kids AND her husband have been creating.

Alright, here we go. Give it your best shot.

I'll keep the comments section open until sometime Friday evening.

THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED SUNDAY.

9 comments:

  1. Ivy's eyes are watching you...they see your every move! Gotta love Hall and Oates! :)

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  2. "I only have Ives for you" (Like the song) :)

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  3. I spy with my own little Ives....

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  4. Maybe I can finally get some peace and quiet!



    great picture and we will be praying for guys.

    Jodi

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  5. Ivy Pearl, the sharp-eyed girl!

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  6. Peek-A-Boo Ives' sees you...





    Good luck and we are praying for you guys.

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  7. A little poetry a la Ralph Waldo Emmerson...

    "The sun illuminates only the eye of man, but shines into the eye and the heart of the child"

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