This was such a nice family. Max, the youngest only knows how to smile, while his brother Spencer was a little more reserved but such a handsome boy.
I love the picture of the children playing in the back, with the focus on the parents. We had to watch little Max carefully, he’s in that stage of discovery through the mouth, and he was trying it all!
What a beautiful family, and wonderful people. This last spring they brought in a new member to their home, adorable Saddie, from Russia. The whole process of adoption is so much harder than a pregnancy, I’m in awe of my friends who go through that painful and emotional journey. What a reward it must be to return home with the new little loved one!
Saddie’s big brothers are just crazy about her, and I believe she owes her lovely name to them. She is thriving in her new home, finally with her family.
This is the last of DC, a beautiful family. I love the colors of the fall there.
We are just a few days from Christmas ( I don’t dare counting exactly how much, I could have a panic attack!) and it’s hot and muggy in Pensacola. We are buying our tree in shorts and T-shirts! I don’t think we get much of a season change in this part of the world, and somehow every year I forget that and hope for one… I must be conditioned from my childhood in France with true seasons, just expect it, and it’s not happening! Oh well, we can always travel.