Wednesday, December 12, 2007

What would I do without family....probably grow up.

Before I start blogging about all the snow we've gotten the past few days, I wanted to take a few steps back in time to remind you how cool my family is. Over Thanksgiving, while in Snowflake, we usually make a trip or two across the street to the softball field. There we play kickball and other superb games. However, because of the chilly air this year, too few people made the journey and they had to come up with new games. One of which is shown below:

Yep, that's my 26 yr. old brother, Brian, playing Red Rover with his wife and our cousins and brothers and sisters. None of which are younger than 15. The other line included my brother Allan (10) and my sister Shannon (11), so they were essentially the youngest ones there. But still.......

MY FAMILY IS AWESOME!!

4 comments:

Jen said...

i have a family full of similar goobers! i so love being able to act like a kid! keeps it fun!

Caroline said...

Red Rover is a perfectly adult game. As is Tag (in all forms) Hide-n-Seek and the like.

Danielle said...

Um, excuse me? Am I the last to know you're pregnant? No official announcment? Just a "oh, by the way, guess if my baby is a boy or girl." Or did I miss the announcement when it happened? ;)

CONGRATULATIONS! That's very exciting. And I think it's a girl. No particular reason why.

The Gardner Gang said...

No, Danielle, you're not the last to know. My Grandpa thought HE was the last to know two months ago. I just didn't know how to announce it really and, frankly, the pregnancy goes by slower when everyone keeps asking how it's going. Don't you think?

Anyway, thanks for the congrats, and thanks for the girl vote, I'm hoping.