Saturday, December 6, 2008

Thanksgiving! ammended to include captions

Beth said it in her comment but this is how Kramer spent his weekend.

And this is how Simon's gun( and, though not pictured, also at least one light saber) spent it's weekend; safely held in Max's hand. I forget to watch him on this kind of thing. I noticed it at the orphanage too. All the kids would get a toy and then hang onto it whether they switched to another activity or not. Max is watching TV but oh, how he loved that gun! Once I noticed what he was doing I explained to him that he would have to choose, play with the toy or watch TV- but not both at the same time--I could see that was a difficult decision for him to make!

Hannah in her annual pilgrim getup. I wore this outfit when I was little.

Happily waiting for the food.

Little Jude and Lincoln. I am guessing those are Beth's toes in the backround. I mention that because I find it interesting that the two of us somehow inherited this trait that when we sit, we curl our toes under rather than tippi-toe style. We never noticed that we both did that until recently.
Beth's boy Jude with Grandpa.

Lynn, looking lovely and alluring. Nice necklace, Lynn!

This is becoming an annual picture of these two.

5 comments:

Beth Laurie said...

I like that picture of Jude with dad and also the one with the girls and Kramer. They really liked him and I'm glad that he did so well being squeezed and dragged around all weekend. That picture is how Kramer spent most the weekend:) He seemed to really like getting all that attention.

Kari said...

I like the picture of Ivy and Isaac with their blankies and thumb/finger in their mouths. So cute! Hope you had a good Thanksgiving.

BethPie said...

Wonderful pictures... beautiful children! :o)

Mike and Christie said...

It looks like ya'll had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Love the Pilgrim outfits. Oh the finger sucking days of long ago..... Too cute.

Has Max grown or what?

Beth Laurie said...

Yes, those are my toes. I don't know why we do that. Does mom do it?