Saturday, June 20, 2009

late night photo friday


Playing at Sapperton Park with Uncle Steve.


Joel's first haircut the day after we got here . . . ain't it great?


The Holm kids at the spraypark.



At Sapperton Days Street Festival - Corki the Clown makes the best balloon hats. Joel got Wile E. Coyote, Sofia has an octopus and Mattias has Daffy Duck.


At Sapperton Days - Joel's newest haircut.


Sofia and Joel entertaining Alexa, the daughter of my good friend Lynda.


Sofia went to Jayde's birthday party tonight . . . enjoying a piece of cupcake cake.


It was a swim party . . . she's making this face because a couple of boys were goofing around behind her - they kept splashing on her and knocking into her . . . she wasn't impressed . . .


9 comments:

Jackie said...

Great photos Barb! I love the ones of Sofia.... she is so sweet!

Carolynn and Steve said...

I'm so glad to see that you're all having such fun! Sophia does look like she's having a blast--yay for summer and vacations and fun!

Kristine said...

Looks like so much fun! All your kids are really so good looking...says a lot for their Mother!

Anonymous said...

Love the pics, looks like everyone is enjoying themselves..........
Nancy and Colin

corduroygirl said...

I can't believe Sapperton Park still has those big ol' tires. Looks like you are having fun. Nice to see you on Monday!

Becky and Keith said...

A much delayed "WELCOME BACK HOME!" from me!!! I am sorry I haven't commented lately but I HAVE been trying to keep up. I really like Joel's new haircut - it's too cute! I hoep you're having a great time and enjoying the weather. Sofia is just as beautiful as ever (and I would have that same look on my face if the boys were splashing me too!)

Purplestamper said...

Smiles...

Anonymous said...

Hej.
Saknar er. :) Tycker definitivt att Joel´s nya frisyr är bättre än den första! Han ser tuff ut!
Ha det bra, kram
Susse

Amy said...

LOVE the pics! Sounds like you are ALL having fun!

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