Saturday, August 16, 2008

Home Again, Home Again...

We just returned from a 6 day trip to the beach with our friends and their sweet families, the Young's and the Jett's. The mommies went up with the kiddos last Monday, and then the daddies joined us Thursday night. We had a great, crazy, and LOUD, fun time!! The beach house was perfect, but a little tight for our forever growing families - maybe 900 sq. ft. It just brought us all so much closer. :) We played on the beach all day, chased around kids, raced golf carts, watched numerous dress-up and talent shows, and PRAYED for bed time to come soon. Then, when it was nice and quiet, the adults stayed up late watching the Olympics, rockin' it out on the Wii, telling funny stories, and just living life. Thanks Amy, for putting all of this together. It was perfect. Can't wait until next summer with one...maybe two...well, maybe three other little loves joining us on our trips?! HA! :)

Amy's parents (Nanny and Pops) joined us for a day


This is what happens when you're surrounded by girls!

6 comments:

Jaclyn said...

ADORABLE! Glad y'all had fun ;)
My fav just might have to be the tu-tu picture :)

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Julie Marler said...

Looks like you all had so much fun!!! Wish we could have been there - especially for the seafood night!! Yum!Yum!!
Mammy

Loved the pic of Huntley in the sunglasses with his beautiful blues looking out!

Lacey said...

900 sq feet with all of you??? Holy Moly- you guys must have gotten to know eachother REALLY well.... Looks like you guys had a lot of fun. I have never played rock band- Looks like I could become addicted if I tried.

stephanie said...

no letting boys wear tutus!
glad you guys had fun! so happy for you that you prioritize memory making with friends! it is so important when the kids are little before you get too busy and it takes an act of congress to get you together with friends.

stephanie said...

no letting boys wear tutus!
glad you guys had fun! so happy for you that you prioritize memory making with friends! it is so important when the kids are little before you get too busy and it takes an act of congress to get you together with friends.