Today‘s Throwback Thursday photo was, apparently, my first Facebook profile picture (or the earliest one I saved), taken in September 2007, a few days after I returned from my deployment. I was 26, Miss C was 4, and an only child then, and for weeks upon my return, she spent most of her time attached to me in some way. We were watching television here when Martin snapped this. It feels like a lifetime ago. She was so tiny!Continue reading
I had to break down the packaging for this to fit in my car. Three other smaller canvas prints arrived today, too. Soooo excited to hang this in our staircase! We are almost ALMOST done being moved in!
We have the laundry room set up now. It’s our own mini-laundromat. There’s the laundry room, and then I turned what was meant for storage into a room just for folding.
Can you believe in all the years we’ve owned digital cameras and camera phones, we never owned a selfie stick?
And that THIS is the first photo we’ve ever taken with a selfie stick?
It’s true. This is it.
It’s like 2013 all over again. Continue reading
Martin and I got home from a Halloween party about an hour ago. Martin went straight to bed, but the baby wants to stay up and talk all about it. He discovered how to vary the volume of his voice. At the moment, he goes from loud to louder.
Martin was taking our group photo yesterday with our SLR when a Roman soldier appeared out of nowhere and wrapped his arms around us for an epic photobomb.
We are all home now: unpacked, showered, and fed. Grandpa is still with us, so I declare this second camping trip a roaring success! I was pretty certain we broke him this morning after sharing a tent with four grandkids and having to hike to the bathroom facilities all weekend, but there’s always next weekend to test his limits again!!!!Continue reading
I’m uploading and editing all my camera photos from our vacation, and came across this one from our day in Pisa, Italy.
Exporting my photos to make some camera space, and found this one in a series taken during our first stop near Lake Como.
She used my phone to document various rooms and decor in the house we were visiting, to include this hall mirror.
I’m so glad these kiddos inherited the need to document!
I may be biased, but I don’t think my son knows how to take a bad photo.
Also? I can really see how he takes after me, especially since he and I are the only ones with green eyes in our family. He’s pretty proud of that.
This is Little Red Riding Hood. She’s bringing lunch to her grandmother because her grandmother is not feeling well. Continue reading