Texas Bluebonnets: A Family Tradition

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We continued our week of Spring Break fun yesterday.

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One of my favorite traditions is taking Bluebonnet pictures of the littles.  I love it.  We have been doing it since Gabriel was a baby.

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And, when Ethan was a baby, Gabriel was a great big brother and held him up for his 1st Bluebonnet picture.

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We missed one year because I was 9 months pregnant, and we were moving into a new house. But, we picked it right back up the next year for Summer’s 1st Bluebonnet pictures.

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When I see my first Bluebonnets of the season, I actually squeal.

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Such was the case when I saw them on the way to Sea World on Monday.  I did not know that they had bloomed yet, and I was so excited.

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I knew what we would be doing on Tuesday.

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It is spring break, and spring is truly, truly in the air.  It is a new season, and that is always something to get excited about.

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5 Responses to Texas Bluebonnets: A Family Tradition

  1. I enjoyed seeing how your children have changed over the years. What a lovely tradition. We don’t have bluebonnets here in Toronto, Canada. They are beauiful –both your children and the flowers!
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  3. sandy says:

    Finally I get to see the bluebonnets this year. Love the post and getting to see the pictures. Love Love Love It!!!!!!!!!!

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