Thursday, July 2, 2009

Misc Pix from our Trip to Louisville

Because I didn't post ALL the pictures from our whirlwind trip, and I wanted to have them in our yearly blog book, I'm posting a few more random pix from each of our days.

A. and Hotdog

M. -- isn't he cute???

Josh and Ellie -- look at Ellie clapping.
The daddies and their girls:
Ellie running down the hall in the hotel:

Ellie and Hotdog -- I'm glad to see Ellie isn't the only one who picks up and eats everything!!
Sweet S. in front of the lilies.
If you look closely you'll see that each girl has some mulch in her hands.

Hotdog getting ready to crawl off. She did not want to sit and have her picture made.

S. and Hotdog in the water fountains at the zoo. They were both water bugs -- unlike Ellie.
Drying off after water play.
Josh and Braiden playing in the water.

A barge going down the river at Riverfront Park.


Lori said...

I love all the pictures and the kids together!!! PRICELESS memories!!!!!

Gen 's Family Story said...

It must be Kyrg reunion summer! How fun!! Amazing you caught the girls all in one shot, it must be a tokmok thing, Phoebe still eats everything off the ground...ugh...

multimom said...

What adorable pictures! It looks like you all had a lot of fun. I love seeing Ellie grow and mature on your blog, and it was also nice to see pics of A., and how J. had grown and changed so much since her days in country when Rick and Bethany were there, too. Wow! Such beautiful children!

Rachel said...

So glad you are on the ball with the blogs! That's my goal for this week. We had a GREAT time with you guys! Glad to be home...I've determined Alex needs his space. He went to his room and played by himself after dinner until bath.

Pamela said...

Wonderful pics, Maria. I just love the photo journaling that you're very good at it!

Ellie continues to get can that be possible? If there was a limit on cuteness, she'd have exceeded it a long time ago!

Kimberly said...

Love the pix. What fun! I love our Kyrgyz adoption community! It really is amazing the way there are so many ongoing connections! I hope Moonbeam and I will get to be a part of some wonderful gatherings like this someday.