Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Lake pictures

Notes, keys, and stuff:

Allie - pink ballerina tutu bathing suit
Anna - polka dot bathing suit
Emily - pink hearts bathing suit

The water may appear to be brown and muddy in some of these photos. I assure you, it was not. I'm not used to lakes but the water was clear. The brown appearance is from the sand on the bottom.

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Anna with her "the paparazzi just caught me" face.

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Em showing me how cold she is. (The clouds had rolled it.)

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The sand. Oh, the sand. Do you know how hard it is to get sand off of and out of three toddlers?

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7 comments:

Colleen said...

Anna's paparazzi face cracked me up! Very cute!

Indigo Bleu Photography said...

I spy mr lion!

Anonymous said...

I want that ballerina swimsuit. Please tell me they make it in "Big Girl" (adult) sizes!

Chantal said...

If you don't have access to a bath right away, baby powder helps get the sand off. I sprinkle it all over my kids after being at the pond and as you rub the powder off the sand comes right off too. It is amazing! I keep large tubs of it in the car :)

Cindy said...

I was just about to tell you about baby powder to remove sand but I see Chantal has also been enlightened about that life altering bit of information. I learned about it last summer and my now 6 y/o was so appreciative - she used to freak when it was time to dust off.

Emily Roe said...

they're so cute!

Sarah said...

Anon - LOL. I picked up that ballerina bathing suit at Target!

Yes to the baby powder!! We learned that trick but there was so much sand in their "cracks"