June 01, 2003

May Photo Album

Posted by Scott at 02:25 PM

Click to see the album...As the weathermen predicted, it's been a rainy Sunday. Michelle and I took Abby and Claire to Mass in split shifts this morning. While the boys napped I worked on this photo album. Due to popular demand (Suzy) it includes many pictures of Timothy. Some of the pictures of Timothy have some subtle color issues. The lighting where I took the pictures wasn't the best. Digital compensation helped but I look forward to when I can take more pictures outside.

That beautiful weather that Chicago is enjoying this weekend is supposed to work it's way over here -- on Monday! Well, at least while I'm away at work, Michelle can let the kids play outside. The cabin fever of the past couple of weeks rivals wintertime.


Thanks Scott! He's a doorbell! I can't believe how much he has changed and I hate that I don't get to see him :(

Posted by: Suzy at June 2, 2003 10:09 AM

Hey there!
I finally had a chance to look at your pictures- they're great! One question, do the twins really build that wellwith Legos, or were they playing with Abby's creations? Either way, I'm impressed!

I tried to talk to Michelle this morning, but was interrupted when Will bit his tongue and started bleeding all over. Basically I just wanted to let you know that I am finally going to mail some recent pictures out to you.
Also, Kervin and his wife, Janel, just had a new baby girl, Madeline Jo, on May 15. Have you seen their web page?
Gotta go help Will in the bathroom!

Posted by: alyssa at June 5, 2003 11:44 AM

I confess. Most of those lego creations are mine. I sit down with the twins to encourage them along. After I've built a bit, I let them add on or destroy.

I did the same with Claire and Abby. For a long time their creations were hodge-podge collections of lego bricks but them all of a sudden, they made patterns. It clicked for them.

Hopefully the same will occur with the twins someday.

Sorry to hear about Will. It reminds me of a couple months ago when Michael fell near the bricks at the fireplace and cut a small section of his gumline. How do you stop an internal mouth cut from bleeding?

Kervin has a web page? Cool! Can you paste the address?

Posted by: Scott at June 5, 2003 02:25 PM