This is (L toR) Grandma Sony, Bret, Chris, Britnee, Peyton, Cody, Brooklyn, and Jaycee. There wasn't as much snow in there as there usually is, but it was still fun for the kids.
(L to R) Brooklyn, Jaycee, Zack, Cody, Jacob, Chris, Britnee, and Peyton at the ice caves.
Michelle, Bart, and Brooklyn sporting their sunglasses. They are all their own characters and this picture shows you that:)
This picture is the best I could get of my two kids together. Peyton didn't want to be contained and Chris was doing the best a 7 year old could do to hang on to her for the picture.
This was Grandma Sony carrying Peyton to the spring for pregnant ol mom. I was only about 22 weeks along, but a 15 month old still gets hard to carry when you're already carrying one.
The spring was super cold, but Peyton liked to dip her toes, not her feet, mind you, in the water. Grandma was so patient to hold her as she'd dip her legs down and sucked them right back up.
Grandma wanted a picture with her and most of her grandkids(minus KaDee, Erik, and Wyatt). It ended up being quite a feet not knocking other kids in the water while she tried to contain the two toddlers on her lap and get everyone looking for a picture, but it turned out cute:) And it's the memories that count!
My little Peyter Bug LOVES water, whether it be ice, cold spring water, swimming pool, dirty resevour, blue lake, bath tub, puddles on the sidewalk, so on and so forth, she LOVES water. She's watched the dogs enough to know how this works and she was thirsty, so we got a drink:)
The time with family is priceless! We had a good time and wished everyone could have been there, but with the family growing all the time, it's getting harder and harder to get everyone together so we have to make do with what we have, when we have it. I am truely blessed to be a member of the family I belong to. I love them all:)