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Saturday, September 03, 2011

Greetings from a Full House


Its been a long time since I have posted, lol with a new baby and a full time job, it's hard. I so envy those that can do it or find the time. Every time, I think I can and try to sit down, either Kennedy is crying or Nya and Morgan are fighting (brother/sister love, lol).

Lets see what's new? I have to update you all and I guess my blog stalkers also, lol. Morgan is now ten, Nya is now four (and gets to start school this up coming Tuesday) and Kennedy is 6 months old. Time is sure
flying by!

I am also going back to Sea Duty in March :( So I'm trying to spend as much time with them as I can now. But at least it is only for two years. I am on Shore duty now, and thought it would be so much easier, which it is easier, but throw a newborn into the mix, and you know the rest, lol.

Thought I would post a few photo shoots my kiddos did with an awesome photographer from this past past Spring and this Summer.

First the Summer photos, Kennedy is 5 months, Nya 4 and Morgan 10 in these photos.



And now the Spring photos!!! These were taken first!

Kennedy at 2 months




Nya was still 3 in this Photo

Morgan was 9 here


Well I will be posting a back to school Layout soon, so stay tuned...

3 comments:

Pat (mspfd) said...

Fabulous photos! Your children are beautiful.

Connie Paxman said...

Oh my word your family is beautiful...wait till you scrap these pictures...they are so precious...
Good luck on your duty...
connie paxman

Curt in Carmel said...

Your children are stunning! How blessed are you???!!! And how blessed they are to have an amazing Mom like you. When I read that you were going back to sea duty in March, my heart just squeezed tight. I can't imagine leaving those beautiful children. That is why I find you so amazing. This country can never possibly repay you for your sacrifice. All I can do is tell you how very much I appreciate you and pray for your safety while gone and your safe return home. Hugs, Curt