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Let's Call it What it is......

A problem......!!!!
So, we take these great trips, spent fantastic weekends away from home, and take fun day trips making sure we pack the camera to capture the fun times. Yet, not once do we ever take the camera out of its bag and take a picture.
We just spent last weekend down in Vancouver and had a wonderful, relaxing visit. Callie slept better than she has ever slept anywhere (which was VERY nice). She got to experience her very first "Graham taco party" (although I didn't let her taste it), ate pancakes for the first time (and loved them!), and got to spend time with her grandma, grandpa, and aunt Kristine. Of course, we took no pictures so you will have to take my word for it :-)
I got some pictures from our trip to Pennsylvania (thanks grandma, Aunt Kay and Aunt Marty) and wanted to post a few.
Fun times on the plane

Cousin Caleb with Granny playing Where's the Baby

Callie is a bit into touching faces lately

We tried VERY hard to get all three cousins to sit together - this was the best we could do! Notice the 2 adult hands that are pushing 2 babies back into the chair

Adalyn cuddling with her mommy

Laurel wasn't feeling too well on the trip so she was all snuggles

Look at those beautiful brown eyes

There was a bit of a stomach flu going around so a few of us decided to try to escape the sick and we drove out to Jack's farm to see the cows. It was really exciting because a new baby was just born.

Callie hanging with Aunt Kay

Callie LOVED Uncle Doug and they were rarely seen without eachother

Hanging with Uncle Paul - Callie was VERY spoiled on this trip

Hanging with Grandpa

Four generations - too bad Callie was more interested in her foot than the picture


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