Family's grow and go off their operate ways, sometimes close to home, other States or even another country. Its hard to keep in touch as much as we would like. Even Facebook can be hard to get through to find whats important. Hopefully this will give us a place to look and see some of the latest pictures. Below is just a small portion of the overall family.
This is our Latest Additions, a small collection of the larger picture. We post the latest messages, pictures or information here for everyone to view. We may post a picture of an outing, or a special message to someone. We might post something from a vacation or a short trip or even just something for fun.
Looks like a beautiful day to head out to the Snake River to catch some Small Mouth Bass. From the looks of things, they caught a few, they even put the thumb in the mouth to keep them from
Looks like Emma and Bradley are having a wonderful time hunting eggs. I love it when they show off for the camera. Cant wait to see you guys again, hopefully it will be
Bradley has had some issues with his ears. He was able to get them fixed, but had to go the doctor and have surgery. He did
Bradley on his last day of being 3 decide it was time for a new dew. I for one like it, and the excitement on his face. Love that
Looks like the Kids made out pretty good for Christmas, I see lots of toys, some fuzzy ears, I nice warm Beanie, Socks and Batman. Well hopefully that will keep their head and feet warm and entertain
That's that I call snow shoveling, Snoveling. Love to see the kids getting a kick out of Snoveling and the hardest part about that word is getting autocorrect to let you put it in. Im telling you it
Christopher, Madelyn and the Grand Babies made a visit to our neck of the woods a few days ago. Sheri, Kevin, Marloe and Malory stopped in to see everyone. Mom made a wonderful meal for all of us
Christopher, Bradley and I took a little walk down by the canal. I took my macro lens along thinking there might be an opportunity to see a flower or something I could capture. I got a little behind,