Pictures of the past two weekends. But not the most recent weekend. I like to give events time to ripen before blogging about them.
On our way to the Down Syndrome Society walk
Gilbert the strider
Gilbert in his too big t-shirt and his bunless hotdog.
For some reason we didn't understand, one of the local sports teams decided to come get their faces painted for free (by the clown the DS hired) and do a group photo shoot. Which tied the face painting clown up for about an hour. All of us parents of small kids were not really impressed. You forget how self-absorbed teenagers can be. Probably a lot of these girls are super nice kids. They just weren't thinking about how they were inconvienencing (I never spell this right. Just so you know, spell check suggests "videoconferencing") everyone else and making the Down Syndrome walk about them.
After an hour of waiting, Lily gets painted.
A pink butterfly
And a teal butterfly
So that was two weekends ago. Last weekend, we went up to the woods to take some of Olivia's senior pictures. I sort of high-jacked the outing and ended up taking her pictures.
I also took a lot of other pictures too. This is my cold girl.
Old barrels we had laying around. We realized after that they one was liquid fertilizer. She was sitting on a bomb.
Doing her self-conscious laugh
Fiona was a champ and watched the kids
In a tree
Cool tree hm?
There is a chipmunk on top of the tire behind the truck. Just trust me on this one. There is.
I had to take a few, awkward, climbing out of the tree pictures.
Yep, that is my son. In the woods, without boots.
Aren't they cute?
The kids all had to climb in the tree too.
Ducking out between the barbed wire. Olivia says this looks like they are leaving some Balkan country or something.
That's right. We take senior pictures by big piles of tires.
My kids like Fiona.
Totally love this picture
Chasing a socked Gilbert
And then he took his shirt off.
Olivia wasn't into the goldenrod. But Tori and I thought they were cool.
Love this picture too. Unfortunately, the clouds were awwwwwesome, but they didn't come out.