Tuesday, June 30, 2009


We are so grateful for the opportunity we had to see all of Mike's family. We truly love and cherish the moments we have with them. There doesn't have to be much planned. We thrive on the conversations that develop as we sit in the living room watching the kids play, sitting around the dinner table laughing or hanging out in the backyard enjoying the Idaho grass and weather. Here are some pictures of everyone from our trip. We love you all and can't wait to see you again soon. By soon, we mean Christmas or anytime you want to visit (hint, hint). That goes for my family too, there's always room at the Dille house for family and good friends.

The grandkids, Jarom almost 3 months, Carter 2 yrs, Owen 8 months, Landon 23 mo. with Grandpa and Grandma Dille.

Taking pictures with little ones is a challenge. Here is an outtake highlighting Carters meltdown. I love Owens face starring at him. You can tell it doesn't even phase him anymore.The entire gang.

Grandma and pa Dille with Owen and Carter.

Cousins Jarom McDonald and Owen Dille.

The Four Grandsons. Jarom, Landon, Owen and Carter. Owen with Aunt Nikki, she's expecting a little girl this September. Watching "Cars" with the Bryan and Mike. Every morning Carter would wake up go upstairs and say "more cars" and try to turn on the dvd player. I really think we watched it about three times each day and once each way on the airplane. Since then everything Carter says is still about cars, "more cars", "go cars", "bye bye cars"...

Carter watching Cars with Uncle Paul. Carter had a fro-hawk that day inspired by Paul.
It was a competition with these two to get Grandma's attention. She was good at juggling them both.

Always making our boys smile and willing to help. Thanks Charlotte.

The boys did a little boating on Brian and Shala's boat.

Owen spending some quality time with Uncle Brian. Saying one last goodbye to cousin Landon.

This is the face of a little boy who wants to see his family in Texas... really how can you resist?


Kendall and Lee'sa said...

How fun! Mike looks like his mom.

Sarah said...

I love the last photo! That face is hard to resist! I should come to Texas... Soon. I promise!