Sunday, March 23, 2008

Easter Brunch & Golf

With BAM moving to Portland next month and me to Chicago this summer, we spent what will likely be the last Easter together as a family for some time. It required that we stuff ourselves at the buffet at Glendora Country Club, encourage our kiddos to get all the eggs in the egg hunt before the other kids, and of course hit a few golf balls.

Thanks to Mom & Dad for hosting us at the club! We all enjoyed the food and fun (and of course the not having to shop, cook or clean up.)

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Papa gave lessons on how to "putt for dough."

Lance demonstrated that he's not outgrown his obsession with touching hair.

It was a great Easter celebration with the family. You can see more pictures here.

9 comments:

TheWinnFamily said...

Those pics are darling! It looks like a lovely Easter. Is it me or has Audrey grown up as of 2 seconds ago?!!

Kellyry said...

It's not just you; Denise was remarking on that the other day and I've thought the same recently. It's crazy how quickly they change.

b said...

Kelly, those are FANTASTIC pictures. You have serious talent.

Audrey really has grown quickly these past 2 months. She sure looks tired in alot of those pics, poor thing.

One q: how is it possible to have so many damn straight sexy people in one family? :)

Phoebe said...

How is it that your mother looks exactly the same as she did 20 years ago? Only thinner.

DeniseMarie said...

Oh my gosh, Lance and his hair obsession crack me up! And yes, Audrey has transformed from a baby to a tall, skinny child in--as Molly said--the last 2 seconds. It's horrifying and sad and I don't want to talk about it any more. And Phoebe, thank you for asking that question. I've long wondered the same thing.

Kellyry said...

Hahaha! I'll be sure to tell my mom you both think so. And unfortunately I don't know her secret. You'll have to ask her next time you see her, perhaps she'll share.

b said...

Unfortunately it doesn't look like I have received those specific anti-aging genes.

Sarah S said...

lovely photos as always... maybe you should consider an mfa instead... just kidding of course... but maybe set up an etsy shop and sell some prints...

xo

jen jen said...

warmed my heart to see odyssey putters on the green :)