For the first time in weeks I picked up my camera this morning because Scott and Anna looked so cute together. I couldn't figure out why my photos were so blurry . . . until this afternoon when I noticed that it had been switched from Auto to Manual focus. Doh.
Sunday mornings go a little something like this . . .
Scott wakes up super early and the kids emerge soon after
I get up just regular-early and shower
Scott supervises the kids -- making sure they get through breakfast, take their turns in the shower, and get dressed. Really, with kids 11, 9, and 6 there's not a whole lot of hands-on work. Just making sure that everyone stays on task. Crack that whip.
When the kids are at a good point Scott comes in to shower & get dressed. Want to know one really cute thing he does every Sunday? . . . . he chooses his tie to match whatever I am wearing. Aww . . .
Eventually Anna comes to me and I dry her hair.
Then it's time for me to finish my hair, make-up, put on my shoes, gather my Primary supplies and finally meet everyone sitting in the family room as they are dressed and ready to go.
Which brings us to this point,
Redbox in hand, ready to return on the way to church.
She loves her daddy. Especially on Sundays. Lots of down time to cuddle and plant endless kisses on his cheek.
In case you were wondering . . . . I wore a grey & black dress to church. Hence the grey & black tie.
Payton is in the corner lifting weights.
Conner is at the keyboard practicing a few songs. He is getting good. (He got new glasses too.)
Checking out dad's iPad games before we head out the door
And I should note that we go out that door 30 minutes before church begins. It takes us 5 minutes to get to the chapel. The Browns -- perpetually early since 2000
That's the way we do it on Sunday mornings.