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Thursday, March 31, 2011

hammock required

Isn't there something just so wonderful about a hammock?
Here at the resort in Mexico we have a hammock right on our patio...everyone does.
Actually, a hammock is a vacation requirement here.

I love everything a hammock represents.  It feels like a hug when you get in one.  You immediately feel snuggled, held...supported.  And then when you have little people it only adds to the sweetness and snuggly feeling.  Here half of our family is in our own little snuggle fest cocoon.




Can you just feel Tessa's inner sweetness below?....Here her sweetness is coming right through.  
She is totally relaxed, at ease and being oh so sweet.

A hammock might be required right now for me to see this sort of sweetness....
that is fine with me.  I can swing in a hammock all summer if that is what it takes!

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Guess what....our second photo of us in a hammock won the "Paper Mama's "Sweet" photo challenge!   Now you can vote for it!
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7 comments:

Jenner said...

Adorable photos. I love love love hammocks. Unfortunately, whenever I get in mine, so do my dogs. Tessa really does look like a sweet soul. I've been researching adoption lately but I'm not sure my husband and I would qualify.

Ashley Sisk said...

So sweet - reminds me of my grandfather's hammock as a child. It was so comforting and relaxing.

Meg said...

Way to be a winner!! I love that picture, and all the others you have shared from your vacay! Beautiful! :)

Kristin said...

Looks like a perfect day! She is so so beautiful too.

~april said...

that photo of you legs and your daughter is too beautiful for words!

Cat @ No Wooden Spoons said...

I love hammocks too! Love the photos of you with sweet Tessa!

Lisa said...

The picture of Tessa with the blue hammock behind her is adorable. Nice analogy of what a hammock represents. I completely agree.

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