Wordless Wednesday: Family portraits

5 May

I don’t have anything profound or hilarious to write about today, (or maybe I just can’t be bothered) so I’m going to do what a lot of people do and go with Wordless Wednesday. What? It’s not Wednesday? Meh, merely details. Plus, I may not be in the U.S. but I am from the U.S., and guess what?  It’s Wednesday there!!  What?  There are words in this post?  Whatever, I don’t think I could ever have a post with no words at all….

Anyway, we have been meaning to do some family portraits for many months now, but we were kinda lazy and didn’t do it until last Saturday.  Or Sunday.  Can’t remember.  We have a couple of sponsor kids from Indonesia, and we were supposed to send them a letter and family photo quite a while ago.  I guess we suck as sponsor parents because we haven’t yet done it, due to needing a current family photo.

I finally remembered to ask The Jess (aka The Sister-in-Law) to come over and take some lovely photos (in addition to helping paint Baby Boy’s ceiling).  So, here they are (taken at 26 weeks pregnant):

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4 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Family portraits”

  1. mominrome May 5, 2011 at 9:26 pm #

    you have a wonderful family!!!
    love your blog!
    It’s my first time here!

    🙂

  2. Jacqui May 6, 2011 at 8:44 pm #

    Beautiful photos!! Your daughter is gorgeous!!

    I’ve just found you and am your latest follower. – thanks for following me too by the way. Hey I noticed in your twitter blurb you mentioned your husband’s grandma was yaya? Is there Greek heritage? My Mum is ‘yaya’ to my kids too. I love it, and at least there’s no confusion between her and the other grandmothers lol!!

    Looking forward to following your family antics 🙂

    • Sheri (Mommy Stuff Blogger) May 8, 2011 at 7:59 pm #

      Thanks! and thanks for following!! YaYa is Aaron’s mum, who is half greek, and Grandma is Aaron’s Grandma, YaYa’s mum… Confusing, I know. At least Hannah isn’t confused about who YaYa is, but she has a whole bunch of people called “Grandma”

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