Monday, July 26, 2010

OOOOOOOH CANADAAAAAAAAAAA!

Well...  To appease the masses, namely my Mom, Mother in Law and TBAINWWW.  Here is our trip to Canada in Pictures.  I'd like to say I've been super busy and that's why it's taken me so long to blog again, but I'd be lying.  Unless you count busy as, holding a crying, teething, whiny, 1 year old, non stop since I got home.
 I'm skipping the incredible long weekend alone with my husband in this post.  But the pictures of Banff and Lake Louise are so pretty that I will do my best to blog about that in the near future.  Anyway, let the pictures commence!
BTW there are not that many.  We spent a lot of time with cousins and at Family reunions and just hanging out, but for some reason the camera didn't come out very often.

When I see this picture I wonder when Jonas got so big. 
The sweetest moment of the parade.



Meeting one of Uncle Marks Horses.  We also went out for an afternoon and got to take a ride but I don't have copies of those pictures.  Jonas did say it was his favorite part of the whole trip.

Swimming in the Raymond Pool!




On the drive to the airport, Gibson was enthralled that he could hear the movie in the car through the headphones!

The powdered sugar game.  So Fun!

video
And because I keep talking about Gibsons Dancing...  We just got done swimming in the back yard so don't mind Jonas and his underwear!
video

4 comments:

Tammy said...

Woo Hoo! Cute blog! Gibson does have some crazy dance moves. Not bad for just learning to walk! We have pictures from the horse back ride - you need to get them from us so you can blog it.

melissa said...

haha! love the pics and the video cracked me up. how on earth did i sleep through that part?? i'm so lame. don't worry, i have pics of the boys on horses, so i'll get them to you. and i totally concur - when did Jonas turn into a little boy, bc he so is. single auntie tear...

Diana said...

So sad I missed you! Promise to still try and come for Christmas. I can't get over how big your babies are getting...

Jessie said...

So you have to explain the powdered sugar game! I still am trying to figure out what the point was!