That's great! Way to show 'em ;)
Just one: How DID you get all these adorable children to look in the same direction, and smile, simultaneously, on command?! I find this task so difficult to accomplish with my modest brood of two...
Excellent! When people ask me that question, I tell them our main problem is figuring out WHICH social events to cut out....there are too many!
Any given get-together between myself and my homeschooling friends includes a minimum of fifteen kids. On a good day, close to thirty.So, yes. We laugh about that question also!
Alright, I got the Heather and Mike's, the Peter and Monica's, and yours, but who are the others? Very jealous right about now. We are headed to Montana in August, not exactly into a huge Catholic group or anything....God knows best.
Beautiful, beautiful children--especially the little blonde who seems to be the only one who is not smiling! :-)(When my 2 friends and I get together there are 14!--gotta love those Catholic families for providing socialization opportunities galore!)
Thank you, ladies. This is only about a quarter of the entire group that meets every week. By the way, that beautiful, tall, brown-haired young lady in the center of the picture is my first goddaughter (we have seven godchildren). Isn't she lovely? J.C., I have no idea. It must be the children. They are a happy, sprightly group!Erin, the others are Burroughs, Halpins and Guys. Perhaps you should move here.....hint, hint! :)
What a beautiful photo. I love it!
What happened to the picture?Grandma Carol
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