the kids these days

Greetings from Wilmington, NC! A hot and muggy, beautiful city by the sea. I’ve added a page for photos for those interested in week to week baby progress. More later. It is good to be off the movie. More sleep, please.

kids on the porch, corn in the field

kids on the porch, corn in the field

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10 Responses to the kids these days

  1. johemmant says:

    got to love googleyreader…….well if Ada grows up half as cute as Broadus what a heartbreaker she’ll be. That’s a funny photo, just how I imagine you all, on your porches, shucking corn *grin*. Glad you’ve time to breathe and reconnect, say hi to all of your guys from me, I’m off to look at photies.


  2. lirone says:

    Fish are jumpin’, an’ the cotton is high….


  3. I’ve passed on an award to you… Arte y Pico


  4. marlowe44 says:

    Terrific hat, Rick, kind of Van Goghish, or perhaps a bit corn poneish, with a dash of Andy Griffith. Do you take Broadus fishing down at the nearby fishing hole, while someone off camera whistles a happy tune? Seriously though, your photo is wonderful, and it is great that you have become comfortable with sharing your likeness and family moments with we of the cyber distance, we of the huge imaginations. You ground us and complete us–which many of us dearly need. Are you already at your parents slogging furniture and helping out? When will Naomi jump in and do some communicating and chortoling?



  5. Angry Ballerina says:

    Baby sez: Get that camera away from me!

    Daddy sez: Moar sliiiip plez?


  6. Tina says:

    Lovely Rick…


  7. christine says:

    Doesn’t anyone recognize a shade hat when they see one? Glad you’re getting some rest.


  8. damyantig says:

    Good to see you getting some time off, Rick, and cheers to the lovely family!


  9. paisley says:

    awwwwwwwwee.. y’all look so sweet so happy….


  10. ybonesy says:

    I just had to chuckle at Marlow’s description of the hat. I see a very relaxed and content you.


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