Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Double trouble!

37 comments:

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

Oh Lordy!

Leif Hagen said...

When my identical twin brother and I rode in a twin stroller many years ago, the stroller looked quite different than that. I should also mention that I'm 9 minutes older, better looking and more humble. Pooor Luther, he got the biceps and I got everything else!

bfarr said...

And with red hair too. I bet they have their hands full.

magiceye said...

so cute!

nopham said...

Double Trouble!!!...thought you're talking about tennis. Take care.

Rose said...

I wonder how grandma does with two--I have enough trouble keeping up with one!

B SQUARED said...

More power to the parents. They're going to need it.

Allison said...

Don't even get me started about Leif and his identical twin brother, Luther...!

Allison said...

Don't even get me started about Leif and his identical twin brother, Luther...!

Per Stromsjo said...

Stereophonic stimuli!

Don and Krise said...

Thank heaven we're only having one. My neice has twin boys. I'm glad it didn't rub off.

melanie said...

Adorable !

Small City Scenes said...

Double trouble is right. Look at those calculating faces. The wheels are turning. MB

Gunn said...

Well, I think they are cute!:-)
Look at the shoes and their legs. The parents will be busy running after the twins, who probably will run in different directions.....

Los Angeles Suburbia said...

What cuties! Great shot, capturing wonderful expressiveness.

Nefertiti said...

trop mignon ;O)

VP said...

Hard times ahead, but a lot of joy either... A very cool stroller!

Bibi said...

State-of-the-art stroller....bet these two are rarin' to get out of it!

brattcat said...

And double the fun.

Jim Klenke said...

it looks like someone has worn them out.

Hilda said...

You bad boy! What a title! They're such cuties! ;)

Cezar and Léia said...

They are lovely!Imagine those brothers with 17 years old, how many girls around them!Well dad and mommy will be very worried, I mean dad and mommy of those girls of course!LOL
Cute post!

Léia

Dan J. said...

That IS double trouble I honestly can NOT imagine what it would be like. I think I was meant to be more of a dog person. This is a great candid shot

Halcyon said...

They look pretty sleep right now to me.

Small City Scenes said...

Regarding Stanwood sign: It is relatively new--about 5 yrs old. the older sign I really liked better. It spoke more of the Norwegian heritage of the area. Velcommen (I think) I have a picture but can't find it. the bird is the Snow Goose and in February we have a Snow Goose festival. I am sure you've seen the pics. ha! MB

Daryl said...

Or twice as much to love

Jarart said...

Ha! No doubt.

Lois said...

They appear to be biding their time!

Allison said...

Looking forward to it, Jacob! The timing couldn't be better..You are one generous fellow!

Leif Hagen said...

Thanks so much, Jacob! You made Allison's and my day! Unbelivable!
U R a rockstar!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I think I'd be very tired after chasing these two around. ;-)

Marie said...

What a great photo, Jacob. Much trouble but surely much joy too.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

CUTE! What a fun capture! :-D

Lily Hydrangea said...

they are two cuties - that's for sure!

JM said...

So cute! What a cool portrait!

By the way, hope your neck is OK now! :-))) Very funny, Jacob!

Wolynski said...

Great photo. What kind of baby carriage has that mom have who gave birth to 8, I wonder?

Tash said...

Adorable. I'm sure no trouble at all. Such a great photo, J.

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