Wednesday, August 24, 2011

small style #12

here is miss Isla on Sunday morning,

she was looking especially cute in her brown shorts.

Sunday mornings we spend with our lovely Church family, All Nations Church

We have an abundance of babies, there were 9 born last year! and so far 4 this year with 3 more due before Christmas!

Needless to say, Isla has lots of little friends around.

i'm told that she and sir Sam (son of miss Pintuck)

were pretty much in fighting mode over any and every toy in the nursery.


hey, do you think i could climb this?

diaper shirt: Hatley-loaned to us by a friend's neighbour who is now a friend too :)

shorts: H&M-thrifted

shoes: Joe

the other advantage of lots of babies is lots of hand me downs, advice, support and time with mommies!

we are linking up with Mama Loves Papa!


erica @ expatriababy said...

A built in mums group sounds fab! Totally wish I had something like that here.
Love the horsie shirt!

katevp-a said...

oh Erica! it is lovely to have a built in mom's group. we even have an official mom's group meeting on wednesday morns. I'll be prayin' that you find some lovely mommas to spend some time with :)

Anonymous said...

Okay, this is especially hilarious because I had NO IDEA Sam and Isla were duking it out over toys! Too funny. d

Morgan said...

Oh, she is so cute! Love the outfit and her sweet expressions. She definitely doesn't look like a fighter! :) haha, just kidding. They all do it at that age. Everything looks more appealing in someone else's hands!

Mallory said...

Those shorts are adorable. I love her expression in the first one.

katevp-a said...

Christy: I know! too funny. I would have liked to have seen it. Beth said it went on pretty much the whole morning back and forth.

Morgan: It's a good thing we grow out of the desire to rip things we like out of people's hands!

Mallory: I tell you, thrift stores are the best places to find baby clothes!

Anonymous said...

BTW, I wouldn't say "fighting mode", it was pretty relaxed, no raised voices or hands... just "oh, you are playing with that... I think I would like to play with it actually..." and vice versa... :)