This adorable photo is of our youngest grandchild, Jethro. His mama took the picture and I couldn’t resist sharing. I didn’t make the hat – it was in a hand-me-down container of clothes he received.
Since many of our family members don’t get to see them very often and since two really awesome guys are having birthdays, we got together to celebrate.
These two little girls became instant best friends forever.
Does anyone know the genealogical relationship between children that share the same great-grandparents (their grandparents are sisters) ?
Cambrie is my grandchild and Olivia is my sisters grandchild ~ I think that makes them second cousins?
our niece, Toni (with her cousin, Jamie’s baby Jethro) (1st cousin once removed?)
my brother, Frank and our son-in-law, Brad
my sister-in-law, Arlene and our daughter Jill
Carol, me, Carol’s daughter Chris and Chris’ daughter Alexis
Little one enjoying a movie in Mom-Mom and Pop-Pop’s room
Many years ago, our sister-in-law began a tradition of snapping Christmas photos of my brother (her husband) my sister and I.
They have become cherished memories for each of us.
When the days are hot and the kids are bored making a pitcher of summertime lemonade is a fun activity!
peeking in the window
It was a rainy, chilly afternoon when Jared and I met Jamie and the kids at the Pop Shop
to celebrate Cambrie’s birthday in the quaint town of Collingswood, New Jersey.
A few years ago, Bobby Flay arrived at the Pop Shop for a Grilled Cheese Throwdown.
big bowls of ice-cream made everyone happy
and there might have been some noisy children too…