Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Part 2

So after the primary activity came Father's Day. Daddy got just what he always wanted, a new grill! Complete with accessories. We didn't get pictures of that though. Here is a picture of daddy with the kids at bedtime though.


Some time in the next couple of days I managed to get this shot. Lydia asleep in her food. Like mother, like daughter so I'm told (Ok I've seen the picture of me).


Then we went to Georgia to visit Skye and Ryan and Ryan's parents, Doug and Donna. We swam in their new pool.






Cami and Skye got a kick out of Adam's "baby Speedo".


Adam had a real knack for finding any hard plastic handles and chewing on them.



I have a couple more shots of him in various rafts but out of respect for myself and fear of my sisters I decided the public didn't really need to see those. Suffice it to say they aren't the most flattering pictures ever taken, although Adam looks adorable in all of them.

The swimming wore him out and while adam fell asleep on a chair...


Emily and Adrianna were helping Donna make an ice cream sandwich cake. It was Yummy!!!!



We had a great time and managed to learn how to make smocking for dresses and even found time to play a few board games with Skye and Ryan before we had to head back home

5 comments:

Cathy Shields said...

Great pics! Your kids are growing so fast! Looks like you had alot of fun

Greg said...

I am a New York Times bestselling author working on a new book about mother-daughter relationships and thought you might want to contribute a story. Please visit my blog for information about being interviewed for “Mom's Little Angel.”

Gregory E. Lang
Author of “Daddy’s Little Girl,” “Why a Daughter Needs a Dad,” “Why a Daughter Needs a Mom” and more.

Darryl and Cindy said...

Looks like Donna was prepared for y'all!

Darryl and Cindy said...

P.S. Should I tell Mr. Lang that your mother has 6 daughters? :-)

Cali & Travis said...

Mom, go to his blog and leave a comment. I think you'd be a great case study.

I love Adrianna's expression in the top picture. It absolutely cracks me up!