March family time – Birmingham, Alabama photographer

Well, I am trying to make an effort to blog more “personal” stuff in addition to work related stuff. We had a fun March and decided to stick close to home this year for Spring Break. My in-laws own a camper and so we spent a couple of nights at Lake Guntersville camping. It was my first time to sleep in a camper and well, the jury is still out on that. The weather wasn’t so great, quite cold to be exact, but we still had fun. We also took a day trip to the zoo for some family time before Michael deployed. In addition to all the fun, we also had a special visitor! Our friend Delia that lives in Germany came for a few weeks to visit! She was an exchange student that stayed with my sister-in-law four years ago and we have kept in touch ever since. Even got to meet up with her on our Germany trip last year and tour her home town of Koln. We took a day trip over to Atlanta while she was here to see the aquarium and the Coke museum. Apparently the Coke museum closed early that day, soooo all we got was the gift shop and a pic with a statue of Coke’s inventor. 🙁 Still had fun though!

that's just gross...I have the grandparents to thank for that dietary contribution.

at Gorham's Bluff

"hmmmm, is there a whale shark around here?"

Amanda - April 12, 2010 - 3:50 pm

Your youngest son looks JUST like you. I love the “personal” touch too. Keep it up! 😉

Corey Williams - April 19, 2010 - 10:08 pm

OMG! Ash the boys are so big!!!!! I still think of them as babies, so yes, you do need to blog more personal stuff. And I haven’t schlepped my kiddos (it’s a horrible drive for us) down to the aquarium, but I guess I need to. It looks amazing! Kisses!!!!!

Eileen Whitmore - April 21, 2010 - 12:28 am

Love this shoot! So fun! You’re kids are beautiful!

Kim Smith - April 25, 2010 - 1:53 pm

Love Love Love these photos!

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