Okay, I'll ask the question everyone is wondering... were you parked? :)Brent (Abby's Dad)www.riggsfamilyblog.com
You rear view looks a lot like mine-only minus one (I only have 5) and I really like what I see in mine too!!Jen
Isn't it a great picture! Mine is most of the time...except for when the back two older ones are fighting but even then I'm thankful!
What do you drive? (hopefully that's not a silly question)
waaaay cool pictures!!!
Is that a real cellphone? You're all into the organic anti-vaccine thing but you let him use a cellphone? You do know the brain tumor risks, right? Please tell me it was a toy.
Love the pics!! (And the cowmooflage! :) We just got our little man his cowmooflage big boy seat a couple of months ago!)
Grayson and that phone...hee-hee! He called me Sunday morning during the sermon at church! I was mortified and couldn't shut it off fast enough! :-)
Cute!We have, and LOVE! the Sassy mirror. :)
How funny you posted pics like this! yesterday on my drive home, I took very similar photos as well :)I love looking back in the mirror as well and seeing those happy faces looking back...
i wanna know what you drive, too! we're trying to figure out how to fit 6 in the next few months!that's a great view. =)
Sally,Please tell me you are joking.The American Cancer Society and WHO both have stated that there is no need for concern about the risk of brain tumors from cell phone use, especially without prolonged use. I seriously doubt he's logging in hours upon hours of cell phone use a day.Let some things go and LIVE!!
Ditto your photo...I must do one of these too!!my dd is usually texting and has her ipod glued into her ears!!
Adorable! And I love looking into my rearview as well. Sometimes too much :-)
Ok first I agree with Brent's question. Secondly, there is a lot of activity! Great photos.
Great pictures. I have a great view too. Three sons, two daughters and an empty seat that will be filled with another little boy come November :DTo a pp, we have a Sienna, 8 passengers. I love it and will not exchange it until we have baby #7.Julie
Haha! Love it! Looks like you need a bigger car!
You inspire me ... these are indeed the moments I cherish and hope to never forget but rarely snap a shot of! The little not so but oh so important times!
Oh how I love the picture in my rearview mirror as well! I love how you capture those everyday moments and show them as special as they really are.
Great perspective! What a car load of sweetness :).
love how you shot these...
what a beautiful view..you are very lucky...children are wonderful...
Love it! Very creative!
I love this post because everyday I look up in my rear-view mirror at my 8 month old and I wish I had a camera each time. It is one of my favorite things to do... look in it... On the way to work each day I realize how big she is getting... most of the time I wind up in tears!!! It is AMAZING how much she changes each day... and for some reason, it always hits me in that 15 minute drive to the sitters as I look in the mirror! Just one question... were you moving!!! I sure hope not! :)
Thank you for blessing me with your words!Brittany