Saturday, June 2, 2007

Some people may think we are crazy ...

... to travel 650 miles with 3 babies in a mini-van! But we did it ... again. And might I add that this trip was a bit better than the last one. We had a wonderful time in Alabama visiting my family. The babies got to meet all sorts of new cousins! Here are some pics from the trip as well as a few other shots taken since Mother's Day. Enjoy!
A and J playing in the back of the van. Don't worry, we were not driving ... just sitting in a gas station parking lot feeding and changing babies. Having a quick hug before we hit the road again!
Does J just look like he got busted or what?
Granddaddy and Mimi with Jackson
... and with William
... and with Addison
... and with all 3 babies! We love that back-porch swing!
A says ... wait, he took my paci!
Mimi having play time with the babies.
Great-grandmom with J, A, and W.
Wow! This is a lot of babies. These babies range in age from 4 to 14 months. We had a lot of babies born in our family this past year. L-R: Kate and Abby Coblentz, William, Addison, and Jackson Pollard, Tululah Greenwald and Judah Greenwald! What a fun photo-shoot this was!
Great-grandmom with Addison!
Jackson and one of our "Top 5 Cousins"--Michelle!
Baby play-time. My Mom and Dad ... we had a family photo-shoot on the Sunday before Memorial Day.
Their first time touching grass. William is studying it!
J and W ...
All 3 in the grass ... J was not enjoying it!
William ... still studying the grass!
The twins and the triplets together ... good luck getting them all to smile at the same time ... or to even just face the same direction!
William and Abby!
At least they are all facing the same way!
Jackson in the van on the way back to Texas. Just looking too cute to leave out!
J at home practicing his best Superman impression!
Dad and William taking a Sunday afternoon nap!

No, it is not William ...

A few weeks ago, determined to find out where Jackson's looks came from, I went looking for baby pictures of Al. Imagine my suprise when I opened the photo album and there sat William staring back at me ... down to the Donald Trump hair! It is hard to look at this picture and see my husband in it ... but I can definitely look at it and see my son!