Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Are You A . . .




 A field trip?




or




A birthday party?




Um, no...



We're a family!


We get asked that almost every week!
It's a "family" joke now!

We took the kids to Sky Z*ne and they had a blast!
Trampolines everywhere!

Come on Spring!!
Where are you?

11 comments:

Lisa said...

Ha ha, a field trip...that cracks me up. I bet you get all kinds of comments! :)

Rhonda said...

I love the field trip comment! We get it all the time, too! We also get asked if we are from a youth group of some sort, too. We all joke about it, too! Fun times in a big family:)

likeschocolate said...

Unfortunately, I just saw the news and it looks like winter will be another week away. It is cold here in the south too. Hang in there.

Sally-Girl! said...

Love all the green shirts!!! Very cute!! Looks like a fun field trip to me!!!

Lori said...

I love this!

And I love that you are able to keep yourself together on all your outings! Just running to Walmart with my TWO little ones makes my head spin.

Keep up the good work, patient lady!

kimjax said...

Hilarious!

Sue said...

Looks like they had a great time, see some rosy cheeks.

Sammy said...

OK, answer the hard questions. : - ) Are you always nice? I don't mind the questions, because I understand. I don't mind the stares up to a certain point, but when it becomes the entire meal and they talk so loud you can hear what they are saying about us I start to get a little testy. I'm working on it (myself) though. : - )

Shonni said...

They are so cute!!! What fun.

Mama Ds Dozen said...

We had our first 6 kids in 6 years, so I always got asked, "Are you a day care?"

My girlfriend had 5 kids the same ages (because I had 1 set of twins). I was 28 and she was 26 (and we both looked even younger) and we would take our 11 children under 7 years old on "field trips" and boy did we get the questions and the stares.

Thanks for the memories!

:) :) :)

Nikki Benz said...

family first should be at the centre of our Australian way of life, not government bureaucracies. With the rising cost of living putting more and more pressure on families they need more income to function properly and make ends meet.