Kev came back to life at 3:00 that afternoon - just in time to miss most of the fun. I felt so bad for him. We'll try again next year!
I shot these last scenes from our deck before we left, because it was the only sunny early morning we had.
This was on the way down the mountain.
The teeny tiny twins came over to spend an hour or so that afternoon so their parents could get their taxes filed. When I was changing their diapers, Feisty informed me that diaper duty was her job . Care Bear let me know that her job was to "calm them down." So cute!
One awake, one asleep. It doesn't always work like that, though! Last night I went over to their house (3 doors down, just like Barb is from her grandkids) so Kristen didn't have to lug half the house over to mine - she finally got to go back to Praise Band practice. It's been at least 7 weeks since she has been able to do her part, or even be in church. (I will be coming home early from Sunday School for a few weeks so that she can get there in time for second service, until she can take the babies out). Anyway - here is what it was like after they left - (in case you wonder how I got these pictures - Kristen made one of her many mommy calls to see how things were going, and I asked her to call her dad to come down and bring my camera).
When they got home, Kristen asked me if it had been stressful. Are you kidding? I got to spend some time when them on my shoulder (one at a time) and just totally relaxed!
Today I stopped by for a minute and found them napping in the big chair. Oh, my heart! (I hope you don't get tired of seeing their pictures!)