Saturday, February 7, 2009

This and That

Okay, first of all, I have a guilty mom confession to make... The boys hair was getting so long - it hadn't been cut in two and a half months. And I just couldn't resist the temptation... So I pulled a Tracy, and I put a little barette in Luke's hair, just to see what it would look like. Oh, he would make such a cute little girl... No pictures though. He apparently didn't agree with me and ripped it right out. Oh well.

Lynn and I took the boys to the science and history museum here last week. They had a great time running around in the children's area. But despite our best efforts, pictures of them together were hard to get. They did not want to stand still at the same times. Just wanted to share the few that I did manage to get.

Here's Luke and Bradley, tasting the little magnetic poles, naturally.

Calvin and Jack, hanging like bats. Except Jack didn't really want to...

Finally got them stationary, but the picture turned out a little blurry.

Here's my own little blast from the past. Calvin at about 22 months, pushing the baby in the stroller.
And Luke, at 20 months. Yes, this is the same baby that they fight over.


Holley said...

Steph you would probably be horrified by how long Grant's hair is but it is so hard to cut his curls off. Unfortunately the curls are only there about half the time the other half it is just a mass of snarls and bed head... So what is up with the prereq to wear sunglasses while pushing baby dolls in the house? Funny!

Amber said...

I really like the idea that you have to wear sunglasses to push the stroller. It's so cool and hip! lol!

Tracy said...

I'm so jealous that you have Lynn and the boys there! But I'm so glad you got some good picts. I've missed seeing the Smiths on here. What kind of lights do you all have in your house in TX to make your boys have to wear sunglasses.

Oh, was the bow pink? :) When is your little girl going to enter the family?

Boagie (Janice) said...

Cute buckaroos! Too funny they both had sunglasses on to push their babies.