Clearly Monroe is a place I love to document. It was the twins first time visiting this place I still like to call home. I look forward to introducing them to some of the treasures the south has to offer in years to come.
After I dropped Andrew off at the airport he called and said his flight was cancelled. That gave us a few more hours to play. We took the boys to the pool; although, we probably weren't there for more than 15 minutes.
Clyde (above) Charles (below)
Everyone gathered for a family hour. Lots to learn from Grandpa Leishman. My family adores Andrew's Grandpa. When G. LoLo left, his name still lingered in conversation.
My sister's nephew's (on her husband's side) came in town from Arizona for part of the time we were there. 7 sons in this one fam--2 of which are identical twins. Hyrum (left) & Jarom (right). I've heard so much about these boys it was great to meet them at last. They might have something to do with Charles's middle name being Hyrum too.
Playdate with the Lane twins.
Mom & Clyde
Cookie Cake traditions--must buy when I come home. Mom brought me one right before I delivered the boys too. Unlike any other cookie cake.
I went to dinner with my Grandma one night. I came home and Courtney had the boys swaddled for sleeping measures. The bottom line is that my boys will never sleep as well as Sydney Caroline.
Clyde at church in his boy bonnet.
& at last, Coral & Fred engaged to be wed. Love them! Timeless friend. We've seen each other through a lot of different stages in life. Meeting Fred completed years worth of talking and anticipating. Does that even make sense?
Me & Clyde.