For our Father’s day celebration in Colville we gathered at Dan and Jamie’s Saturday evening. It was a small group with Dear, me, Dan, Jamie, Addy, Jaymison and Linda (Granny). I was happy to be able to get some snaps of the grands with their dear Granny, Jamie’s Mom.
Happy Father’s Day to our son. Let’s see how many shots I can get with everyone looking at the camera.
I think we did good with 3 out of 6!
And on the official Father’s Day we received this photo via text! Happy Father’s Day to our son, Daniel. We are happy that he is a hands on dad. He doesn’t even shy away from those diaper changes others would refuse. We pray that Dan and Jamie will always be a team in leading, guiding and teaching our grandchildren in the things that matter most.
This coming weekend we’ll get a photo of the whole family together. We are having a couple days with temperatures in the upper 80’s here! I mowed today and will try to do some weed wacking in the early hours on Tuesday. After Tuesday we’ll cool down some. Summer has arrived for at least a couple of days. We had a cooler Spring than normal and we were commenting on the fact that the wasps and yellow jackets are fewer in number. Hooray!
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Adorable photos of your sweet family Ellen.
Well Dan did a great job all the way through! I like that second photo when Addy has clasped her hands around her daddy’s neck and has that “I’ve got him” look. They are adorable kiddos and look an awful lot like their daddy. Have a happy week!
Adorable photos. Your hearts must be full of thankfulness that you can get together again.
Your family photos are wonderful, cute kiddies. Have a happy day!
I love all the pictures. Looks like a sweet time of fellowship.
…these two children must be the most photographed kids around!!!
Happy Summer and belated Fathers Day to your son and *his* father. (somebody raised your son very well indeed. …Dad and Mom both I’m sure ))). Lovely memory pics, especially enjoyed the priceless frosting face!
Those photos of the little ones are so precious. They change so quickly, don’t they?