Saturday, July 30, 2011

June at a glance.

Hank and I had the chance to visit Idaho for about 4 weeks (basically the whole month of June). It was great. We got to spend some really good time with our families. Tyson joined us after he was done with school and he was there for almost 2 weeks. When I got home I took a look at the pictures taken during the vacation and there was over 300 pictures. I was a little overwhelmed when it came to blogging them, hence the month's time that has gone by. I decided to do just one big overview of pictures and a few captions, so here goes.

Hank LOVED having a big backyard to play in whenever he wanted.

Hank just relaxing in his Cars chair while the rest of us played wiffle ball.

Hank really clung to Jason while Tyson was gone. They became best friends fast.

Hank and Sarah had so much fun together. They were inseparable from the moment they both woke up.

Hank thought that the coolest place to sit was Teko's bed.

And what's a visit to Grandma's house without Mickey and Minnie?

Hank couldn't visit Grandma's house without leaving his mark. Makell's bathroom got the most of it.

Hank loved having a puppy to play with and Teko thought it was fun too, for the most part.

There were many "tub times" at Grandma's with lots of bubbles.

One morning we heard Sarah grunting in the other room and this is what we found. She had put herself in the car seat but couldn't get out.

The girls really enjoyed this slip and slide. Sarah just liked to drink out of it.

Ryan preferred the little pool and water guns.

Hank even got to enjoy the slip and slide with the help of his Aunt Carina.

Hank opened the drawer under the stove and climbed in. Daisy and Sarah thought it would be fun to join in.

Tyson joined Josh and his kids for a mini fishing trip at their neighbors house. Sarah is getting a little help from Lindsay.

Jill caught a big one!

Roy removing the hook

Hank dumping water out onto the bricks at Grandma's house. He's not use to a cup that he could spill the water out of. He thought it was great fun.

Grandma made the mistake of giving Hank a ride in the wheel-barrow. She ended up pushing him around for a very long time, but he had the time of his life.

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