The truth as I know it:

We witness a miracle every time a child enters into life. But those who make their journey home across time & miles, growing within the hearts of those who wait to love them, are carried on the wings of destiny and placed among us by God's very own hands. ~~~ Kristi Larson

Monday, April 11, 2011

A quick photo update...

We had lots of visitors in March.  

Some had four legs...

But lots of them had 2!

And now they are all gone!

And now he has lost two front teeth, combine that with a sizable gap that God gave him at birth and there are practically no teeth in the front of the boys head.

And we discovered high heels.

And had more fun in the pool, everything old seems new again.

Remembered to see the sunsets and be thankful for them.

We even made a special event of the sunset last night.  Even though the sky wasn't really right for the sunset viewing, we enjoyed Waikiki beach.

I think she belongs on the beach!  

Doesn't she look at home here?

I love to see them playing together... and know that they will remember these days.

All smiles for her brothers... little stinker!

The big scratch between his eyes is thanks to brotherly love and rough play... he threw the book at him, literally. 

Sorry, she is just more willing to pose than the rest of them. :)

Not sure what happened with either of their hair here.

Jack never came out of the water long enough to get a photo.

And I only had my portrait lens so I couldn't really get a close up.

Diamond Head... my favorite landmark in Hono.

Self-portraits are always the best.


What, it's time to go already?

The End!


Kim said...

Lovin these "at home" shots and hearing you count the gifts!

Lindsay said...

Gorgeous photos. Little Miss is looking all grown up - and born to wear heels! :)

lori said...

Aaawwww! These pictures are getting me all sentimental! I'm thinking about all the family times you guys have had there and how much has happened for all of you and how the kids are growing up and now there's a little sadness to leave this place to start a new chapter at "home". Thank God for home!!!

carolinagirl said...

very cute photos! I'd love to be a beach girl there too! :)

Barb said...

I can't believe I missed this post . . . beautiful pictures, beautiful family . . . Meg is growing up so much! and Conner's hair looks great long:)