Sunday, August 31, 2008

Three Generations

These folks (a group of friends my parents (on the far right) have had for YEARS)...




...produced, well, half of these folks (only a few second generation are missing)....




...which resulted in THIS!!!  Can you believe we got ALL of these kids to stand there, and pose with no one screaming or picking their nose (not that Addie K can find hers...sigh...)?


This was a fun reunion.  We have fond memories of outings and trips together as kids, but we don't get together much anymore.

11 comments:

Mari said...

That's a bunch of kids! It's fun to spend time with old friends!

Krazy Fam said...

Super cool photos! I love the descending order of craziness. :)

John and Amanda said...

That's really neat! I love how you organized it all showing the groups numbers growing and growing! What a crowd of cute kids, too! :)

Musicaljean said...

That was fun. I recognized most of the people in the first generation, some of the people in the second generation, and two of the kids in the third (yours and Jaycee's Riley). But it was fun to try to match kids to parents. Julia M. taught at our school two years and I'm thinking one or two of the little girls look like they could be hers. Am I right?

Growin' with it! said...

oh all those sweet, sweet kid's smiles...precious. heritage is an amazing gift!

Greg and Shara said...

How neat!! I like how each picture gets bigger and bigger. Old friends do equate to good times!

Christie said...

That's amazing! Adeline is so cute in her dress (and holding her cousin's hands)!

krista said...

How fun!

I did recognize a few familiar faces from around the "neighborhood". Great idea to group the pics that way too! I'll have to remember that.

Earen said...

Oh, what a blessing! Hope you had a wonderful birthday too!

Short Stop said...

How cool! I love how you got a photo of each of the generations.

It seems like people don't take photos much like this anymore. It's too bad...such a great way to capture family and friends.

I bet when you're old and grey you'll be explaining who is who to your grandkids!

Dave and Jenni said...

Oh wow - what a great legacy your parents and friends have to pass on!