Once upon a time, I did things other than spend most of my days and all of my evenings snuggled under my University of Utah blanket in the corner of my couch. It's true. And tonight, I'm going to show you a bunch of photos to prove it.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
This is the time that my brother in law's parents were super cool and invited us to stay at their cabin up in Bear Lake. The kids all loved the 4-wheelers, but I think that Lizzy liked them most.
This is a photo of how I felt the time that we drove to Kelseyville for my grandma's 90th birthday party and Charlie threw up fruit snacks all over his car seat. It grossed Jane out so much, that she, too proceeded to throw up in the car. We were in the middle of nowhere (aka northern Nevada) and only had wipees to clean up the mess, so we ended up leaving the carseat on the side of the road.
This is a photo of the shame I felt as we left our defiled carseat (aka, the black speck at the top of the photo) on the side of the road and drove away.
This is the time that we ran into a snowstorm whilst trying to cross over Donner Pass in an effort to get to my grandma's 90th birthday party. What the photo doesn't show you is that it took us a good 4 or 5 hours to make it through the short stretch of freeway and how incompetent we found the California Department of Transportation to be.
This is a photo of Lizzy that Brent took while we were on vacation that week. It reminds me of how much I love Lizzy.
This is the time that Jane got her hair cut by our Aunt Mel.
This is the time we drove an extra 2 or 3 hours into Northern California to visit the Redwood forests.
This is the time that Davie wouldn't get out of our family photo into front of the drive-thru tree.
This is the time that Cameron wasn't in the group photo because he was too busy taking them with his nice camera.
This is the time I stole a bunch a photos from Cameron's flickr account because they are so cool.
This is the time Charlie crashed in the car while sitting in Jane's carseat (because we left his on the side of the road).
This is the time I took a photo of Jane because she reminded us of Ellie.
This is the time that Jane drew a picture of the kitchen she hopes to own one day. I find it interesting/funny/a little sad that her shelves include rice flour and corn flour. The girl might never learn how to make a proper cookie.
And this is the time we found out that we were having yet another baby girl.
Posted by Laura Stringham at 7:01 PM