Sunday, August 24, 2008

More Harvesting

Just a warning, I can't get enough garden veggie photos of Liam. I just love how excited he gets over this almost-daily activity! So here are more for now and there will be more to come well into the fall.

Here he is on Friday evening...


And here he is after church today searching out "Liam's matoes"... His are the yellow pear tomatoes. He knows when they are ready and eats them all while still outside!


Mom's lesson of the day: White shirts don't survive a forest of tomato foliage. His shirt now looks like a full tie-dye of grass stains.

15 comments:

RC said...

The Hubby and I hope to do the full-blown (yet still smaller) garden next year, rather than just in the pots that we do now. Liam's excitement just sealed the deal for me, as I think Little Dude will have a blast with this next year. Especially if we do carrots and the like!

Tracey said...

Good Lord he's ADORABLE! Love that smile.

Saedi Oldham said...

Those pictures are so DARLING!

Katie said...

He is adorable. He is quite the little hat person.

utmommy said...

Great shots! I love that you can tell by the look on his face how excited he is!

Yvonne said...

Those are such great pictures, gina. He is so cute.

She Needs said...

Love the scrunched up nose smile. So cute!!!!

Suzanne said...

Your garden looks so wonderful! How funny that Liam picks the tomatoes to eat when he knows they're ready! That's too bad about the shirt, but at least it looks nice and white in the picture! :D

Leatha said...

One, your garden inspires me. Two, I LOVE his excitement. That grin is just too cute!

Daisy said...

Ahhhhh, those are sweet pictures!! I know, sometimes it's hard to stop taking more pictures. Then it's hard to pick just a few to show. That's why I always have too many on my posts.

Aly said...

As someone who has a great deal of trouble growing things, I am in complete awe of your garden!!

MileHighMommy said...

LOVE THESE PHOTOS! Very cool perspective!

We've been readying a garden area in our yard this last week - I'm looking forward to growing things and digging in the dirt next summer!

Klin said...

I love harvest time, too! Our small tomatoes never made it into the house. I helped the kids eat them. we just rubbed the dirt off on our pants and plopped them in our mouth. Yummy.

Momma Magpie said...

Oh, how he makes my heart smile. What a happy, loved little fella!

Preds Girl said...

Holy cow he is cute! I can see why you wanna take so many pics while harvesting! Love that hat! LOL.