Here are a couple of close ups of Lobelia (my mother’s day flowers). The flowers are very tiny. The light was horrible when I took these. I have better photos of it, that I took later on in the year. I will share some of those as I come to them.
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It’s not every day that you are greeted at your door by little people with flowers and a balloon. 🙂 But it’s nice!
My two oldest went to my parent’s house for a little while on Mother’s Day and during their visit, they came by and brought me a Happy Mother’s Day balloon and flowers “they” got me. 😉
They are at an age (6 & 7) where getting a photograph of the two of them together where they aren’t moving, talking, and/or making silly faces is nearly impossible. So I take whatever photo I can get. LOL!
(The flower is an annual called a Lobelia. I kept the basket on our outdoor table all spring/summer and it flowered the entire time. My mom and my husband helped me keep it watered on days I wasn’t feeling well. I was really impressed by how many little flowers it ended up making, and how long it kept them. It was quite a nice gift. 🙂 And outdoors it did not have a strong odor, which is a nice perk for those like me with allergies. I took better photographs of it that I will share later on, as I come to them.)
While the older two were visiting their Grandma for a few hours, my husband and I took the baby out to get some new photographs of her. Here is one of those:
I hope all the mothers out there had a lovely day!
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