Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Nana, Papa, Grandma & Grandpa time

Our trip to Savannah included bunches and bunches of family time.

Boo and Licious absolutely adore Nana.


The feeling in mutual. Their bond is a special one.


And, how about Papa? He is loved and adored equally as much. This trip was especially meaningful for me because Papa is Papa again. He was sick for many years and his most recent surgery (October 2007) has brought him back to us. To spend time with him was easy. Special. Memorable. Downright awesome.



My Dad and Step-Mom traveled to Savannah while we were there too. We don't get to see them much so having them there was wonderful. Boo and Licious got a small taste of how crazy Grandpa is and where their mother . . . er . . . uh . . . I mean their Uncle got it from!



And, Grandma, I couldn't resist sharing this photo. Makes me giggle every time I see it.



Family time rocks.

-dana

10 comments:

Handi Dandi Mandi said...

Looks like you had a wonderful time! I'm glad you have Papa back, that is wonderful news. It's so great that you were able to have family time and have all these wonderful pictures to show for it!

Janice said...

That last photo makes three year olds giggle too :) Mine just said "look, mom, that's funny!"

Sounds like a memory making trip!

Thriftin and Craftin said...

Great photos. Yes-family time rocks. So glad you had such a great trip!

Jacquie said...

Sounds like a great time. You sure took some wonderful pictures to remember it all!

Dandelion Quilts said...

Beautiful pictures. Glad you had a nice trip.

Anonymous said...

You are lucky To have a great family always love them they are special love the photos.
Hugs Mary.

Tine said...

Looks and sounds like good times!

Cheryl said...

Nothing better then family time.
Great photos!

Tipper said...

I love the picture of your Dad and the girls-the one took from behind. That is a great picture!

quiltteacher said...

Family times are great. Keep them in your heart and mind for years to come. The girls and their Papa brings back memories of long ago for me (of my father and son).