More to love

When we moved into our home the day before the twins were born we noticed a balloon on the mailbox of our new next door neighbors proclaiming ‘It’s a Boy’.  We soon met them and the four kiddos.  The baby boy {now 3} is a whopping 6 days older then the twins.  They love to play with our neighbors kids.  Now that it is warmer again we are seeing them much more often.  Even on days when we don’t wander over there or they don’t wander our way the kids play along the fence line.  It’s pretty funny to watch.


It’s so fun to watch the kids explore and figure out the world around them.  This small branch kept Blake occupied for a while.





Then he wandered over to where Guy was hanging out with Landon on his lap.  Landon loves it when we have him outside.  Blake is seriously always talking or running and jumping about.  I don’t remember what he was saying here, but we were being entertained by him.


Landon was watching him closely as he was talking.


I could take at least 50-100 images a day of the twins getting this close to poor Landon to talk {almost yell in Blake’s case} to or kiss him.



Madison loves to love on this kid.



Hopefully he will love all this attention they give him as he gets older, and hopefully they will continue to want him to be a big part of their day.  I’m sure one day he will turn into the annoying little brother.



This is not what I want to see when I come back into a room.  Unfortunately it has become quite the common site no matter how often she gets into trouble over it.   I try to give her plenty of supervised time helping us transfer him from one of us to another.


Blake is showing him the golf club and explaining how to play with it.



This was funny.  The resulting french kiss was a bit groady.  :-)



Ah, such a tough life a three year old has…


He totally makes my heart feel all warm and melty when he gives me this look.


Here he is running to meet grandma at the airport.


They sprinted right past the security signs to get to her.  Happiness!


I took a break from breast feeding to let my mom get her first look at him.  I think he is longingly looking back at me wishing for the boob…  We are so glad she came to stay with us for 10 days.  I’m looking forward to our next visit that does Not involve me having surgery!

Melia - May 24, 2011 - 4:31 am

Another reminder of how much of a great woman and mother you are. Love you guys. I hope you are recovering well and feeling a little better every day.

sonja - May 24, 2011 - 4:48 pm

Soooo adorable! What a beautiful family!