Here's the trip to Ohio for Easter weekend..completely backwards. i dont like how blogspot uploads photos. i guess i should be used to it by now, but sometimes i forget before its too late. Dad and i went to the Natural History Museum.
you otter go there (a-hyuck!)
he was gooorgeous.
the seeds! one of my favourite sets of old school art in downtown cleveland, along with the Free Stamp.
little jessie apple seed sprouting.
my favourite little family. okay, maybe they are not so little of a family anymore..one more due next month!!
a series of funny face shots. gotta love them dorman kids.
apparently vomiting is funny to kate.
joshy was my favourite..he kept comparing his funny face to his big brother and sister's faces to make sure his was good enough.
kate simply covering all her bases.
this is hilarious..i said "okay, happy faces!" and right away kate put on a big ol' grin, but i guess forgot where her hands were. yet joshy is still happy as a clam.
now our turn for funny faces! what else is new?
Berk and Jerse. BFFEAEAEAEAEAE ROFLMAO LOL BRB G2G LYLAS!!!!
Pops and i went to a Pink Floyd tribute band at the House of Blues. they were really pretty good.
my beyooful momma at Thai Spice. daannggg good thai food! i highly endorse it.
kisses on berks cheek.
becky Not Posing for the picture. this is just the way she always sits (please note the HOMEWORK under her elbow. its all she does. what a good girl)
i think this is what berk was making fun of. int he just so cuuute? and sunburned.
i love my momma. and berk i like your hair in this picture!
Tony and i went to the Botanical Gardens at Zilker park on our lovely saturday for a picnic!
There was a cactus sale where tons of cactus gypsies sold their plants. and i have neevverrr seen so many weird and gorgeous cacti in my life. this ones call Baby Toes. and it felt like baby toes.
just a few out of a few hundred. these were only 5-10 dollars mostly.
how fun is this!? i wanted to eat it. it doesnt even have spikes! silly cactus.
thiiiis! we loved this, and talked to the cactus expert lady for about twenty minutes. this tree is called an adenium, also known as a desert rose. goofy me, i should have taken a picture of the trunk, which was one of the coolest parts about it. it was only about 3 feet tall and its 20 years old!
but look at that flower it makes. this particular tree was going for $120. whew.
these were super cool, too. this is actually two completely different types of cacti, the top colourful part is a cactus that does not produce chlorophyll. it is manually grafted onto this regular cactus so it is actually living off of the bottom part. like a host. apparantly its very hard to do...ir maybe she was just trying to sell it to us ;)
big ol' feeshes.
mmmm..you can click on this picture to zoom into that leg muscle, if you want ;)
pretty cool..kinda trippy.
i just liked the ivy. and the boy.
hehehee! i love these next few shots.
oh so bashful.
"oh hey..look at this pretty little pink flower.......
uh oh... i know that look......
i looove how clear the little feelers came through in this photo. click on this picture to see it closer, its great.
yep. corny. you should love it by now.
hahaha! i had to. it was perfect.
it looks plastic but its totally real, i promise.
i want some of these trees all over the inside of my house.
photo credit: Tony.
this is what happened after i said i wanted a book for a prop... its called an imagination.
i think he was imagining flying for this one..
love this one. ugh. silly boot. (he took a line drive to the ankle)
not so deep.
it was a fun arch. im thinking it will be in more pictures in the future. definitely.
Tony and I met May 2007 and have been traveling together ever since. We got married April 2010 and had an extended honeymoon in Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, the Eastern Block and everywhere between. We gave birth to our first child August 2011. If you think running with the bulls is an adventure, try having a baby.