Monday, April 13, 2009

Part II of our company the Haire and the Waning families...

A couple of weeks back Justin's family came to visit us. Josh who is Justin's older brother, Nikki who is Josh's wife, and their one year old little girl Kendyl were passing through on their way to the beach. Justin's sister Jenn also decided to come the same weekend with Peter (4) and Stephanie (22ish months) If you haven't noticed the Haire family has a "J" issue. They have 6 children...all with "J" names...John David, Jen, Josh, Jake, Justin, and Jordan!! My mom couldn't get our names right with all DIFFERENT letters. HA

Anyway....the weekend was VERY low key and couldn't have been more perfect. Friday night everyone was super tired from traveling in the rain so we ordered in Pizza and headed to bed early. Justin made it home at a decent time to catch up and have dinner with us.

Saturday the Camels had games and that was going to be our "entertainment"...if that's what you call it. But like most other days this spring the flood gates opened and the field was just too wet to play. (so the Campbell staff said) I think Josh was more upset about this than anyone. We didn't realize the game was canceled because the sun was we got all dressed up and drove in just to catch the team pulling the tarp. We took FULL advantage of this wide open space and the time with "Uncle Justin". Here are a few pictures of our day at the ball park on that "RAINY" day.
This is everyone minus Jen...she was taking the picture
Jen and Stephanie
Nikki and Kendyl

The little girls in front of the CU sign....

Pete and some props we found. :) Pete and Uncle Justin on the gator...we took a few laps around the field!!
Later that day we got to go out to eat and enjoy Sunny Skies....which is a famous homemade ice cream shop in town....which was FABULOUS!!!! Later that night we sat around and talked till the weeee hours of the morning. Isn't that what all families do? Sunday the Haire's got up and packed for the beach. The Waning's joined boyfriend and I at church. The kids were perfect and we really enjoyed having them as our guests. Later that day we attempted a nap but it was just to pretty we went back out to the field to play. :) Like I said, we had a really low key weekend, but it couldn't have been more perfect. Just having family close and sharing everyday things are special. We can't wait to see them again...which will be MAY!!! Just a few more weeks. :)

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