It's been on my must do list these past two weeks, to get pictures of all 7 of the kids. I didn't have any major plans. I gave up high photography goals years ago, but getting pictures of all of them in their sibling shirts before they outgrow them was weighing on me. The way these crazies are growing, and the way life just flies right past, I was determined to get some quick pictures.
Lo and Behold, the night I decide to drag us all out in the back yard, a million, gazillion mosquitoes show up to eat us alive and try to carry us off. We all had bug spray on and they just attacked us by the dozens. I'm pretty sure we heard them laughing as we smacked each other.
I was very determined to get pictures but I couldn't handle it. I called it quits after we couldn't keep them off of us and no one could sit still for a picture and I lovingly got smacked in the eye when someone was trying to save my life from the Zika virus. So we made a memory instead of making some great pictures. I don't know that I'll get everyone back in their cute shirts all at the same time again, so here, check. done. 2ish pictures.
Her hair is coming in thicker and curlier, slowly but surely. I couldn't be happier! It is so sweet that God gave the red hair to my girl named after my grandma. The one in five girls with red hair is the one named after her red headed great-grandma. Then, just these past weeks, we realized that she is most definitely a lefty, our only lefty this far, also like her great grandma, Kathleen. I need a giant red heart emoji!! This just makes me smile!