Monday, June 28, 2010

summer daze

Yesterday I met my good friend at the park with 3 of her kids and all of mine. A few shots of their good times:
Sofia, Sarah and Joel. What's a girl to do when she doesn't have sunglasses?
Clay and Sam, best friends since the beginning.

No photo of Mattias yet. He spent the afternoon in the pool. This morning he informed me that his forehead was burnt by the sun so he can't flirt with his eyebrows now because it hurts.

Dad had been doing quite well most days since we've been here, but today he was dizzy and very sleepy. He was in bed by 7 tonight, even after napping in the afternoon.

That's all for now.

4 comments:

Purplestamper said...

Hope your dad feels better tomorrow Barb. :)

Tezzie said...

Looks like the homeland is treating you all well...just hope your dad feels better!

'Not being able to flirt with his eyebrows' haha! that kid cracks me up :D

Nancy said...

Looks like everyone is settling in and having a good time.
Long hair comes in handy sometimes, eh Sofia???? lol
Lather the cream on that forehead Mattias and then you'll be able to "flirt" again.........lol
Sorry to hear that your Dad had a bad day......but they are fewer than the good days, and that's what counts......
Take Care and looking forward to seeing you soon,
Love,
Nancy and Colin

Wife to the Rockstar said...

Your family is beautiful!

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