I admit it. I am failing miserably in keeping up with my life AND blogging.
My hubby ended up being in the hospital for almost a week. I did my first Musical Theatre Summer Camp for the summer, and last but not least, my daughter, Hailey and her little family were staying with me.
Yes, those are my excuses. I will stand by them emphatically.
As for my daughter.......she has come to visit me before, but not with all four kids in tow, and not for so long.
It was so.....well......fantastic....the best visit ever!
I already posted some photos from July 4th weekend, but I just had to post a few more----to have it for future readers, as well as catalog some of the fun things that we did. (There was supposed to be more, but our schedule got a bit put off, with fingers being smashed and me leaving for a mini tour with my band---which you will HAVE to check back to read about.)
My little twin G-baby darlings!
4th of July with Hailey, her husband Ben, and the twins.
Aren't these swimsuits the cutest thing ever?-----Lane and Lucy.
Trips to the park were also made, as well as a trip to the Museum of Science, a visit to the hospital to see Poppy, another visit to the beach (a different one---but I forgot my camera---ugh!) and pictures taken by Poppy for his website, BBSNAPS. There were also lots of days where we stayed home and just hung out, watched DVD's and enjoyed each others company, as the kids played and....well,....took over the house!
My oldest G-daughter even took the Musical Theatre camp----but I don't have pictures of that, of course, as I forgot my camera (are you seeing a trend?) at the rehearsals, and counted on my daughter to take some---but her camera ran out of space. Hmmm. We do have problems getting pictures of memorable events in our lives.....
All in all, it was a lovely time. I started to get used to having them close, and one morning when I realized that they were only here for a few more days, I woke up with an ache in the pit of my stomach.
I mean.....I had an actual pain.
My heart hurt, as I knew that it would be several months until I could see them again.
I do love these little G-babies of mine.