It all started at Weir Farm outside the chicken coop.  Jack was a little timid when it came to the chickens.  Daley however, couldn’t wait to catch one of these fast,little hens.  Thankfully dad came to the rescue.
I adored this little guy.  When we first met he jumped right into a full conversation.  He started with his camera, moved onto pigs, and always returned to trains.  No detail was left out as he chatted away.
Daley loves to follow her big brothers lead!

I wish you could hear the sound of this picture.  Daley has “squeakers” in her shoes…a wonderful idea!  As she walked and ran, behind her brother, her tiny feet went Squeak Squeak Squeak through downtown Hingham.

We stopped to warm up and enjoy a special treat….hot chocolate topped with whip cream!!!  Jack loved it :)Isn’t she the cutest?!! Jack and Daley showed Hingham how to warm up on a cool fall day and dance like penguins!I love these next two!  As I edited these gorgeous eyes and smiles I couldn’t help but listen to a few songs from the Michael Buble Christmas cd….( I know, I know it is not even Thanksgiving)!

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Set your morning cup of coffee down and get ready to smile.  You are about to start your day in a very good mood…because this little girl’s dimply smile is completely contagious.
I bet you are smiling right now!
Her brother has the same smile except he likes to add his tongue! A tongue that took a big taste of bubbles.It was a beautiful warm day at the Arnold Arboretum.  A perfect day to search for fallen leaves and stop for snuggles on the way.We searched for the brightest and biggest leaves as we walked.  Warren liked the crinkly brown ones the best.Alex spotted a bright orange tree in the distance.  She found treasure there. Warren thought it was edible treasure.As the sun began to set we frog-hopped, soared through the air, and licked lollipops back to the park entrance. 

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It was a wonderful accident when school buses filled with children pulled into the park.  Hopping into the car, I drove down the road looking for a back-up plan. I stumbled upon this tree lined, quiet little farm just moments down the road. A perfect place for two little girls to play in the leaves, pick flowers, and run down the lane. There was no shortage of laughter when No Beard the Pirate, a.k.a. dad, popped out from behind the trees and chased his girls through the field.It was a day spent doing the simple things…watching the leaves fall and airplanes cross the sky, running through the fields, and snacking on apples and goldfish. It was a joy to spend time with this family.  This mom and dad absolutely adore their girls.

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