Monday, March 8, 2010

Pictures

My mom is in town (thank goodness).  So we temporarily have a camera. And more bodies. And whenever we have more bodies, I always try to attempt getting some pictures of the twins because it's at least a three person job - one standing ready with the camera, and two to carry them into position so they'll actually be in the same place at the same time, and then both acting silly trying to grab their attention...then grabbing them as they run away, carrying them into position again, acting silly again, grabbing them as they run away, putting them back into position again.... and so forth. And maybe, just maybe I'll get one good picture out of a hundred.  This weekend we went to Vizcaya, a gorgeous old historic home in Miami with beautiful gardens.


Ho hum, historic houses.








 

It was basically us, and every 15 year-old Hispanic girl in the area out taking pictures that day for their Quincinera's (imagine lots of teenage girls in practically wedding dresses, spending lots of money on a big party for their 15th birthdays). And this exotic couple:


We were a little fascinated trying to figure out if she was a gold-digger, or he was just prematurely gray.

Then we went to a street festival that night and the favorite part was actually just playing on the curb.

10 comments:

Tania said...

gold digger for sure

Rochelle said...

adorable pictures! I am love with all of your boys' hair!

Jenilee said...

That is nice to have your mom in town and to have pictures again. Cute family.

Safire said...

What fun pictures! And that place is beautiful. :)

Melanie said...

Who poses by dangling seductively on a high bridge? So cheesy!

AnnaMarie Ferrell said...

Funny gold digger pic. And very nice other pictures! What a great-looking family you have. The twins are catching up with Cash!

Susan said...

Looks like you succeeded in getting some great shots. Well done!

katya said...

Cash is looking taller, growing up fast!

Krista said...

Great Pictures!

Shannon said...

Garrett is laughing at his cousins.