We got a
little lot lost. But we finally made our way to the trails. Albeit beautiful, the trails were a little disappointing. I thought there would be fields upon fields to take bluebonnet pictures in. There were fields, but they were all behind fences. And nowhere to get out and take bluebonnet pictures. So we just finally drove back around and stopped in one patch at the beginning of the trail.
Sweet sweet Everly had taken a nap most of the way and was pretty happy to sit there and smile for pictures :). Have I mentioned that I love this age? I really do. I am a total newborn/infant mama.
Although Emma started out with her pouty/don't take my picture attitude, it turned around fairly quickly when Wes had a "fake" butterfly in his hand :). Favorite picture of Emma from the day!
Anything to make this sweet girl smile :).
After this we decided to head back home, it looked like the rain was coming and there were no large patches of bluebonnets to take our picture in. I had just told Wes "I don't think we will ever do this again", when we happened upon this glorious patch of bluebonnets. This is just what I had imagined.
Ev's was hungry by this point, so I tried to feed her and Wes tried to take Emma's picture :). I think I got the easier job this time around :).
My favorite picture of Everly of the day (notice the outfit change :)). I wish her hands were not blurry, but oh well :).
Emma had all but given up at this point, so we focused on Everly.
Classic Everly face :).
We even got out the tripod and attempted to take some family pictures- without Emma because she was still pouting.
Then, as she saw us trying to get Everly to smile, someone decided they wanted to join in the family pictures. For some reason this picture really reminds me of my childhood (less two additional kiddos of course ;)).
And everyone looking at the camera, I call this a win!
I pushed it and tried to get some pictures of me with the girls. Emma was only interested in hugging Everly.
Ev's you crack me up.
This look says, "send help pease!".
This look says "I'm over the bluebonnets mommy".
So happy we finally found my "fields upon fields of bluebonnets" I had pictured in my head :).