Note the only one not crying is Caitlin. What's her problem? Didn't she get the memo? And yes, this was the best shot out of the full grandkid bunch.
Along the way to Xmas 2007 Mishap, I got a few other pictures in. Or Eric did.
The family, missing one Eldest Sister. She had to hightail it outta there the day before to get back to that "work" thing.Dad and Emma, extreme close up. This is where having a digital SLR and Photoshop rocks! I went from this picture:
They look like they're having a little conversation. Emma is regaling dad with stories about Milk or is gasping in surprise at his stories about how big the fish he last caught was. It's a keeper and will go in her baby book, just like the one with Logan and dad will be going in Logan's book.
No, I haven't created the books yet, but I've got lots of thoughts going on about what all will be going in them.
Mom and Emma. Mom kept threatening to take either Emma or Logan home with her and I kept telling her she'd be hard up without breastmilk, since Logan won't drink anything else. Now I bet she's glad she didn't choose Emma since she's the one that has thrush the worst of the two. I'm beginning to get the feeling that Emma's immune system is a bit weaker than Logan's.
Different set of pics, different day. Clearly I should have broken the big flash out sooner.
Rare evidence of dad washing dishes. I never saw him wash a single dish while I was growing up. He cleaned fish, not dishes!
Rare photo of dad and I together. Usually I'm taking the pictures, which is why I'm never in them. It's safer that way. I shoot a better picture than I take, if you know what I mean.