This is Garrett. Can you tell he's listening intently to what the firefighter is trying to teach him? That's my boy!
Some day he's gonna grow into those turnouts. Not too soon, though! Keep em' little. We had a nice time and we made a sweet display poster for the Pack Meeting. I'll be sure to post some pictures of the Pack mtg, since Garrett will be receiving his progress toward ranks. He's only two requirements away from his Wolf. Go Garrett!
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Posted by Krista at 12:01 AM
Monday, June 16, 2008
Posted by Krista at 11:45 PM
This was a park outing to Oeste Park. This is a park that I used to go to as a small child, kid, juvenile delinquent, etc...kidding! But I do remember this was a park that we were not allowed to go to after dark. It's real nice now but still wouldn't go there after dark! LOL
This is MacKenna being a good big Cousin to Lexie. They were finishing their lunch and getting ready to go play.
This is Papa playing baseball with the kiddos!
This is me playing.....something.....(or trying anyway)with baby Austin.
Nana swinging with Austin
Posted by Krista at 11:34 PM
Okay, I had to stick this one in just for the heck of it. I can just hear my Dad saying, "isn't that special?" This is Sarah and Lexie being goofballs and making a silly face for the camera during our park outing.
Posted by Krista at 11:30 PM
Posted by Krista at 11:23 PM
Just kidding! We had a very special trip to California. While we were there we got to celebrate Auntie Jen's 33rd birthday! Without skipping a beat, Nana insisted on putting all 33 candles on the birthday cake.....at least I think there were 33 candles on the cake. Once my eyes adjusted from the firey flames.....ok, I'll stop. Love ya Jen. It was so good to see you!
Take a deep breath----
Posted by Krista at 11:12 PM
Friday, June 13, 2008
This is an awesome picture of my Grandpa and Garrett raising the American and Marine Corp flags. My Grandpa served his country, with great pride, in WWII and survived being a POW.
This is something my Grandpa does every day and with a great deal of pride for the USA and the USMC. Semper Fi, Grandpa! I love you and I'm so proud of you.
Posted by Krista at 10:03 PM
Posted by Krista at 9:55 PM