She seems sure...
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
A couple years down the road, JC is telling me about his upcoming two month appointment. Here I laugh while telling him how they are going to stick him with a hairy, scary bearded guy to chart his growth. Notice that JC's hair is standing on end in fear as I tell him this.
I am not full of it. And, in addition, I have outgrown my car seat and now ride like this everywhere.
Well, maybe I stretch the truth a bit...
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Thanks Aunt JKC for our trip to the Ice Cream Factory!
Monday, July 14, 2008
Despite the poor weather, nothing could dampen our patriotic fervor. Here we wave flags in the rain gleefully while chewing on Tootsie Rolls thrown to us by the Fire Department. Go America!
Monday, July 7, 2008
At the slides, I waited at the top and held the line up. Here a big lug waits none too patiently for his turn on the slide. Soon after this shot, I received a push from his foot that sent me back to earth!
After a nap we hit Water Country USA. Since my mom was not yet cleared for water sports I stand next to my Aunt J. Thanks for being my lifeguard Aunt J.
My dad sure didn't act like a lifeguard. Here he show's my mom that he is using no hands! Shaken by the experience I headed back to the gentle care of my Aunt J.
Water Country USA was so fun, I forgot to take my nap. My brother (already trying to steal favored child status from me) showed he can take his nap anywhere, anytime. I will not give up my title without a fight!
Thursday, July 3, 2008
At lunch, I decry my aching feet and fail to hide my dislike for the limited amount of water.
Lucky for me, the afternoon consisted of us living like rich people during the colonial period. Instead of pushing my own stroller, a horse pulled me in a gigantic carriage. After the ride, I lovingly stroke the horse and thank the animal for it's hard work. Mo' Money Mo' Problems has never been further from the truth in this case.
Another perk of being a wealthy colonial involved receiving more water. Actually, my GGma from Utah shared her ration with me. I was very appreciative.
By the end of the day, my dad said we no longer had to pretend we were living in colonial times. I immediately asked to watch what the whole human population had been working towards since the days of yore--- the Doodlebops! In this picture, I have grabbed the camera to get my mom's attention and yelled "Moe!"
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
But don't blame me because I was the driver!
Here S (the van driver) reacts after I told him he had been driving for close to 7 straight hours. I wish I had his rosy disposition. All the driving taxed us both to the point of exhaustion. They wheeled us to the villa on a luggage cart.
No rest for the weary, though, as the family pictures started. After being polite throughout the two day car ride, I could hold it in no longer. Here the rest of the women discuss the declining air quality as my guilty face says it all.
With that out of my system it was time to start the vacation! Eagle-eyed readers will note that my brother JC does make a brief appearence in this post. Can you find him?