Ben slaying the class V of twin bridges.
hiking the sand dunes
Ben riding the sand dune to glory!
The boys are showing us what hides under their skirts! yeeehaaaw
worth the hike?
OH YEAH! worth every step!
Thursday, April 19, 2007
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Gus' resumed nightly napping position
Gus' one and only time swimming on his own. Soon after this picture was taken Tug jumped in and attempted to "rescue" Gus by pulling him to shore by his collar. You could tell Gus did not appreciate it because he has never stepped into water above his little legs since then. But could you blame Tug? He was just trying to be a protective little brother.
Oh and I almost forgot... when Gus swims he grunts really loudly. It's super cute!
He doesn't look too thrilled to be receiving a bath. His eyes look like they are bugging out of his head.
Posted by Kirsten at 6:06 PM
Now that spring has sprung I suspect that I will rarely see my husband on the weekends. Just when I think he has ran all of the rivers he can he discovers new bodies of water to explore. I love seeing pictures of him kayaking because I rarely go with him on these adventures.
Posted by Kirsten at 5:51 PM
Sunday, April 1, 2007
Step 1: Place self-timed camera on top of precariously balanced boxes.
Step 2: Strategically position the family for optimum cuteness.
Step 3: Initiate self-timed camera
Step 4: RUN LIKE HELL into your position!
Step 5: Smile and wait for flash.
Step 6: Repeat steps 1-5 after re-adjusting the malfunctioning camera.
Step 7: Repeat steps 1-5 after retrieving run away dog.
Step 8: Place dog in stranglehold and repeat steps 1-5.
Step 9: GIVE UP! Just use one of the pictures already taken! Nobody cares anyways.
Posted by Kirsten at 10:28 PM