Lennox in the Bluebonnets

Texas Bluebonnet Photos 2014

Every Spring the Bluebonnets bloom in Texas. Some years they are great, some years they are so hard to find, this year – it has been a pretty great year. You just have to be able to get out there on a day that it’s not cloudy or raining! Friday and Saturday were BEAUTIFUL days and I was able to get out and capture some moments in the Texas Bluebonnets with Lennox. We didn’t do it as a full family this year, since Kyle was out-of-town – but that’s ok. My main goal was to get a few good shots of Lennox and I think I succeeded!

Texas BluebonnetsQuickly, if you haven’t been following me for the past few years, you may be wondering what the heck Bluebonnets are. Bluebonnets are the official state flower of Texas and they are actually wildflower/weed – but they line the highways and fields. It has become a Texas tradition to have your children’s photos taken in the Bluebonnets – and it is a sure sign that Spring has sprung! More about the Bluebonnet tradition here: Texas Tuesday – The Bluebonnet Tradition Explained.

Here are my favorites:

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7 thoughts on “Texas Bluebonnet Photos 2014

  1. Meredith

    Love the one of you and her! It brings a little tear to my eye seeing how she’s grown up – makes me think of Max growing up! Waah I’m not ready yet! LOL

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  2. Jeannie

    I posted my bluebonnet find on FB Home & Garden Bloggers last week. Love them and love the smell the first time you open the car window or door next to a big field full.

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  3. Sarah R.

    What a great tradition for your daughter! We love the Bluebonnets, but we have a hard time finding fields that aren’t right next to the freeway!

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