B is for Brothers – A to Z Blogging Challenge on Walkersvillemom

"B" from A to Z Blogging Challenge on Walkersvillemom


B is for Brothers

B is for Brothers on Walkersvillemomblog


Josh is the oldest of the three brothers and he loves them dearly.

From left to right, Jared, Josh, and Jordon


10 Responses to “B is for Brothers – A to Z Blogging Challenge on Walkersvillemom”
  1. Tamara Woods says:

    Josh has a really cool beard. It makes him look like he should be playing a saxophone in a jazz bar.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Hello Josh, Jared and Jordon! =D

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Cedar Ridge says:

    What a great picture! You can really see the love in their eyes. Thanks for visiting us at Learning at Cedar Ridge Academy
    Come see also see here at Cedar Ridge Academy.


  4. AMomBlogs says:

    Thanks for visiting my A to Z “Things My Husband Has Broken” AMomsPointOfView.com

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Arlee Bird says:

    They look like a pleasant trio of fellows.

    A Faraway View


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