Wednesday, April 7, 2010

My Family Circus

My life is a circus. There are always a million things going on at once. As you know my boys are full of life. This week has offered a couple of Kodak moments from the sillies that my guys seem to get. Enjoy!

Colby is already torturing his little brother..........."Look Mom........he can fit in the Easter Egg!"

Jeremy picked Colby up by his legs. Jeremy ended up holding this.....(there are no legs in those pants!)

And Colby ended up looking like this!!!!!


Heather said...

Those are so funny! I love big brother stuffing little brother in the egg.

Jeremy, Shauna, & Kennedy said...

Cute pictures...Love the prize in the Easter egg!!

Primgirl39 said...

The Easter egg picture is priceless!!!

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