Friday, July 31, 2009

The Girls Get To See Big Brother:)





When we went on our family trip we were able to spend time in Idaho with my oldest child Skyler.
The girls hadn't seen big brother in 1.5 years so they were excitted to see him.
It chokes me up and fills my heart to bursting to look at the pictures because my son lives in Idaho and there is such an age gap between him and his little sisters that makes having these pictures a real treasure.
We took Skyler out to dinner at goodwood their ribs and sauce are amazing to bad they dont have one in California.
Here are the pictures of Tom and I and my son and 2 youngest daughters Alora and Athena when we where in Idaho.
Alora was very excitted to tell her big brother that she is turning 5 years old in August and going to kindergarten also Athena is excitted to be going to preschool in August twice a week:)

10 comments:

erika~ the inspired mama said...

your son looks just like you darcy!! it looks like fun times!

xo,
erika

Bubblesknits said...

Wow! He seriously does! It's like looking at my husband and little boy. :-)

Robynn's Ravings said...

So glad you got to be together! What a handsome son you have!

Kathy said...

How joyful. A wonderful reunion. He looks like he adores them too!

Laura Neal said...

Your son does look like you. I love the last picture because the look on your daughter's face is great...
It looks like...What? You want to take my picture, now?

Surprise, huh?

Two Cables and a Frapp said...

How nice. I can relate to what your feeling about having a child out of state. I'm down in Georgia and my son (my baby) is up in
Michigan. Very nice pictures and I'm glad everyone had such a nice time.

Knitnut,Karen said...

Great photos and great memories I'll bet! He looks like you!

Free Range Chick said...

Wow, all of you really look so much alike.

Channon said...

That's very cool. I'm glad you had a good visit!

Alaina said...

Sounds like you had a great time - great pics - you have an awesome looking family - you have every right to be proud... :)