I'm having a hard time deciding how much of my sweet babe I want to put out there in the verse for totally random people and strangers to see. I love social media for the convenience and ease of sharing photos with family and friends, but then I look at the traffic on my blog and I just get a little weirded out that some random person in Malaysia or Russia is looking at photos of my baby. It's a whole new world now, but I don't necessarily think that it's healthy or even okay for a child's life to be completely documented online.........blerg. I just don't know where to draw that line.
I'm sure it's because I'm her mother, but I am genuinely entertained by my little babe. Some of the faces she pulls are hilarious, she may have been
cursed blessed by being too animated for her own good (I wonder where those genes came from). But regardless of her expression she is just ridiculously adorable and when she smiles, it is like a shot of pure sunshine to my soul :)
My family all met up at the cabin on Labor day to take an updated family picture. It had been a few years since our last one and there have been 6 new grandbabies in the meantime, so we grabbed our camera and trusty tri-pod and headed up the canyon. I was so excited driving up, I could see some pockets of yellow and orange leaves near Park City!! Eeeeeeeeeek fall is just around the corner!
It is always fun to try and get that many littles to all look at the camera at the same time, let alone smile, but I think we did pretty well. And of course I had to snap a few candids because they are just the best. I especially love that Lacey is fixing Brody's collar in one picture and then Lani is fixing it again in another one :) Too good.
|It's just too beautiful up there, these are straight out of the camera|
|There goes Lace|
|I have no idea what Brody is doing here|
|...and there goes Lani too :)|
|There we go|
|And just because it's fun to compare, here's the one from 2010|
It was only a quick six weeks in DC after Cadie was born and we tried to capture most of it--from her first trip to the national mall and middle-of-the-night feedings, here is a bunch of random shots of life from our last weeks in DC