Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year.

I went through all the photos I have taken this year and uploaded all my favourites.

At the water tower on the first day of the school holidays.

Out for tea for my birthday.
Daniel, Amelia, Joseph, Abbey, Tom, Christopher.

At the pool.
Tom and Joseph.


Brigette's confirmation.
Brigette with Bishop O'Kelly.

At home.
Brigette rocked Joseph off to sleep.

The first taste of spaghetti. YUM!!!!!!

Joseph eating the rosary. Maybe this year he will learn to pray it.

I really love this one of Joseph snuggled into Steve.

I choose this one for Abbey. She is a crows supporter. So are the rest of us except Daniel.

Thumb sucking is such a great pastime.

Joseph in his swing.

Home school. Everyone helping each other out.

Having fun with Lise.
Bottom: Brigette and Lise.
Middle: Tom
Top: Christopher.
Daniel and Abbey.

My mother.

Tom and Joseph.

messy chocolate face.

Joseph being bathed in the bathroom sink. He actually preferred the sink when he was smaller.

Christopher loved doing this jigsaw.
He became quite good at it and started asking us to time him doing it.
I really should have kept a record of the best time for him.

Joseph sleeping peacefully.
I hope 2011 is a great year for you all. Happy New Year.
Love Therese, Steve and family.

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