Monday, March 23, 2009

Lincoln

Mommy, It's Finally Spring!
Lincoln:
I'm so CUTE! Don't you just LOOOOVVVVEEE me?
Mommy:
Mmm! Just add some maple syrup, whip cream & strawberries, and I just may eat you up.

10 comments:

Marilyn said...

Adorable little Sweetie!! Just want to give him a BIG SMOOCHIE on the cheek!!
Love,
Marilyn
xxoo

Rosy said...

He's such a sweetie, I wanna eat him too!
I have to say sorry I haven't got back to you regarding your question about rust and mildew on roses sooner. Rust and mildew are caused by moisture especially on the foliage, first remove any affected foliage, you can spray with Triforine or any rose fungicide to keep it under control, or the organic alternative is to use soap and bicarb soda in water. You can google for the "recipe" and the exact proportions. Also for prevention, try and water your roses in the mornings, on the ground, rather than on the leaves,especially in foggy areas like yours. Roses like to have airiness on their leaves, but don't let the ground dry out, water is their food and it helps keep them fight diseases. That's all the tips I can give you. Hope it helps.

blessedmomto7 said...

PRECIOUS!

Kim's Treasures said...

What a cutie!!!

Becky said...

What a little cutie patuti. Give him a smooch from me.
Happy belated pink Saturday
Becky

Old Centennial Farmhouse said...

What a little DOLL! I just love little boys and would love to pick him up and give him a big squeeze! Happy Monday to you!
XOXO
Joni

Raggedy Girl said...

What a doll baby and where did those incredible eye lashes come from. I love the sweet red shirt against the red print, what a precious photo. Not being a relative maybe I could just nibble on his little toes!

Have a Marvelous Monday
from the Raggedy Roberta Anne

Alison Gibbs said...

Oht a little sweetheart
Alison

MyThoughtsMyVoice said...

You just can't! Unlike strawberries and other things you can buy, little Lincoln is one of a kind :-)But I bet you just can't stop kissing your little boy. So adorable :-)

Carla said...

He really is sweet enough to eat-or squeeze to pieces!