Monday, May 4, 2009

An evening in the park

Last week we had a few beautiful days here in Longview. We took advantage of one sunny evening and had my dear friend Pam take pictures of our family. The pictures were taken at Lake Sacajawea. It is a man made lake in the middle of town and the whole town is built around it. One of the areas is a Japanese garden island. That is where we went on this beautiful evening. Pam did a great job and there were a lot of great pictures so bear with me here.












11 comments:

Amber said...

you have such a beautiful family! You all look really great! xoxo, ~A~

Heidi and Michael said...

Too cute! What a darling fam you have. Your kids are so grown up. I can hardly believe it!! And Wyatt's little mini me... ADORABLE!!

Leslie said...

Those are priceless. I told Jeff for Mother's Day that I would really love new family picture... I'm jealous! Happy Mother's Day to you this weekend!

Thomas Family said...

The pics look great! You guys still look like my young college buds. I totally feel like I'm looking way old and you guys still look so young. Your kids are too cute.

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Jerusha Angel said...

Way cute.

Keri said...

Such cute pictures! You guys look just the same, I love it. And your little boy is exactly a mini-Wyatt!

Steph and Ty said...

Very cute family. I showed Ty your blog and he was very excited to see pictures and will keep in touch.

Catherina and Brett said...

Hey!!!
So I saw that you have a blog! Sweet to see more pix of the kids. Man they are sure getting big! Looks like you are doing well. I will have to send you an invite to our blog. !

Cat

murdock5 said...

Way cute pics beck. Your kiddos are so cute. Oh ya and you and wyatt to. See you soon!!!

Rick, Angie, and Bryson said...

Hey Gardiners! Rebecca, I hope you don't mind me looking at your blog!! Your pictures are cute! We have one too - but its private!!! I would LOVE to send you an invite! Send me your email and I will!! Loves! angie.vanleeuwen@hotmail.com (zieglowsky)