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Aw, cute! That is one huge strawberry! Looks like fun--I need to find out when our u-pick farm start! Carla
Yummy yummy yum. I love strawberries. I would love to be picking strawberries right now. I love that really big one. You got quite a good amt.Thanks for linking up at Tots and Me.By the way, I haven't been ignoring The Sunday Showcase. We just haven't been doing much lately, something about exhaustion in the third trimester.
FUN! Our strawberries aren't ripe until April...looks like your girls had fun! I'm a new follower and just starting out on my homeschooling journey!Andreawww.nodoubtlearning.blogspot.com
Wow, too cool! I'd love to go strawberry picking!
You beat us! We are also in Florida but we have not been picking yet! Looks like you had a good time.
I hope we have strawberries that pretty when spring comes to NC!
How fun. Great shots.
Love it. These look so good! I miss having fresh strawberries, still buried in snow here....THanks for linking up, I am now following your blog.
Yummy strawberries! Beautiful girls:)Visiting for Wordless Wednesday! Hope you can stop by:)http://www.sweethomephilippines.com/2012/01/wordless-wednesday-car-covered-with-snow.html
Oh strawberry picking! Now that brings back memories. I bet Noah would love doing that this summer. That giant strawberry is so funny. Looks like the girls had a very productive day. Thanks for linking to Family Frolics.:)
Now I feel a little jealous. Look at those plump, ripe strawberries. :)
Thanks for taking the time to visit Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas! I hope you will stay awhile to explore all we have to offer!