2 Barrys, 1 Sandy--studs.
While we were waiting on Daddy to put the horse together--Jack had his birthday pancakes! I think I'll make this a tradition for the kids--he really liked it!
I'm just now getting around to uploading this homecoing video. Partly because I have been enjoying having my family back together again and also because I wanted to wait and get all of our photos in from our Operation Love photographer Daniele Rose (www.danielerosephotography.com). Anyway, it is a collection of photos from several different people all combined to show our Homecoming 2009. Putting this video together, I think I cried EVERY time I played it. All of the emotion from that day and the amazing pictures got me every time.
Things have been going great since Garrett has gotten home. We are both adjusting to life with 2 children, which is more of a challenge than we thought! You never realize how independent your toddler is until you have a newborn! Both children are doing great and we are enjoying seeing them interact with one another. With the birth of Grace and Garrett's homecoming I've been feeling extremely lucky lately. Lucky to have a husband who I adore and am so proud of, lucky for the life I have and the fact that I have not one, but two beautiful and healthy children. Needless to say, we have a lot to be thankful for this holiday season.
A slideshow of pictures that a friend of mine took. I wanted to get some recent photos of Jackson and also a few before the new baby gets here of just him. I always hear that once you have more than one, they are always in pictures together! These were taken at a beautiful historical place in Camarillo, CA. Thank you Amy for taking time out of your day and tolerating my not so cooperative 20 month old! I can't wait for Garrett to come home and see these!