This is my super cute (great) Aunt Peggy - my grandma's sister - from Memphis, TN. She came up to visit my grandma a couple of months ago and we were able to spend some time with her. She is great - every sentence starts with "Now Donna" (sounding like "Dawwwwwwna" in her southern drawl). She is crazy about my boys, all of them - especially PJ. She calls him "cutie pie". :) My boys love her like crazy, too! I hope we can make it down to Memphis to visit her sometime soon.
This is my mother-in-law's brother, Eddie and his wife Kim. They stopped by to say hello as they were passing thru when Brandt was still itty bitty. They are so sweet - Kim is from Korea and she makes the most delicious, spicy Korean food! We love to visit them - my boys have so much fun and they make everyone feel so welcome in their home. They have gobs of fruit trees in their back yard and Dallon has such a ball "working" in the yard with Uncle Eddie - he could literally pick up apples and wheel them here and there with the wheelbarrow all day long! And Corley loooooves Aunt Kim's spicy food!
One of the many reasons I wanted to move back home....so my boys could dye Easter eggs with G.G. (aka great-grandma) One of the fondest memories I have from my childhood was going to my grandma's house to dye Easter eggs. Not so much that I just loved to dye eggs, but I knew how much it meant to her and that made it very fun and meaningful. This picture means alot to me. My grandmother will turn 90 years old on Thanksgiving day and her hearing and eyesight are all but gone, but she still had a great time with these boys on this day. I will always cherish that.