The little cousins

Aug 17, 2012

Mom, dad and I have been stay­ing with mom’s sis­ter “Aunt Wil­da” and broth­er-in-law “Uncle Jim” since we arrived in West Vir­ginia. Yes­ter­day, my cousin “Ang­ie” brought her three boys (Patrick 7 yrs., Michael 5 yrs., Nicholas 3 yrs.) to see us and boy did they keep us enter­tained.  As you will see by the pho­tos Nicholas was the major source of enter­tain­ment.

Love that he still calls me his “lit­tle skunk”

Makes the best jel­lo sal­ad ever!

Nicholas blow­ing bub­ble after bub­ble after bub­ble.

While look­ing around in an antique shop dad found some pieces from an old pipe organ for only $3.00 and had to buy them. Mom thought they were $3.00 to much. Nicholas on the oth­er hand had fun mak­ing sound come out and thought it was the best $3.00 his great great uncle ever spent.

Nicholas loved pick­ing his great grand­moth­er’s ripe grape toma­toes. He shared and ate more than he saved to bring home.

After a day of fun play­ing with these three it was time to get the year­ly “Uncle San­ta” pho­to.
Oh the pow­er of a white beard and San­ta hat not to men­tion the stress of know­ing San­ta is watch­ing you all day long!

The gang… Nicholas, Me, Mom, Patrick, Ang­ie, Dad and Michael. It’s been nice relax­ing… jeans, t‑shirt and no make up. It’s awe­some. And you can see which kid I grabbed… the one that is the enter­tain­er… It’s going to be fun watch­ing Nicholas grow up. He just has that lit­tle some­thing extra in his per­son­al­i­ty that tugged at my heart strings.


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