Tuesday, June 22, 2010
She and David did an amazing job as usual and we will cherish the photos for years to come.
Graham showing his skills.
Aliee loved this. She did it twice during the weekend.Of course, Cole loved the train so we all jumped on for a quick ride. This was the first of probably 5 or 6 rides during the weekend for Cole. He can't get enough of it.
Aunt Alex shared her candy apple with Owen who loved it if you can't tell. He also loved Aunt Hope.
Having fun in the sand with Daddy. He spent most of his time doing this. I am so glad the boys don't mind the sand.
Owen showing off in the pool. He loves to swim and is fearless. He wouldn't put his swimmies on one time so Dax just let him swim because Owen wouldn't have it any other way. So proud of himself.
This one right here...he won't swim at all. But this won't be the case for long. He is taking swimming lessons this week and is doing a great job!
You see this picture is no different than most; Cole isn't really in it. That is how he is 99% of the time. And Owen wouldn't get out of the water so we told him to just float in front :)
I can't even begin to tell you how cold this rushing water was and how slippery those rocks were.Clint and Brittany - they did so good - this was the first time to sleep sweet baby Shep.If you don't know or can't tell from the photo - baby number 3 is due on my birthday - Dec. 31st.We missed you Tyson! It just isn't the same without you.
The boys perfected their skiing skills and Clint worked on gliding into the dock.
It was a great weekend and as usual we can't thank them enough for allowing us to visit each year. I only wish we could do it more often! Thanks Larry and Cheryl.
"Bruce" as Cole likes to say.
I didn't take many photos of the fish, or I should say many didn't really turn out, but this is a turkey zebra fish - or something like that.
This wasn't long after being there but you can see how tired Owen is. They both fell asleep right when we got to Atlanta and had a short nap until we parked and got out.
Cole couldn't decide if he wanted to touch the stingrays or not. He, of course, did much better with Dax. I don't know what it is but he just gets so scared when I have him.
The scuba divers were in one of the tanks when we first got there and Cole thought it was the coolest thing ever.
Time to go!