Thursday, August 4, 2011

Big Sky Country

The babies' interests in Montana were mostly limited to  "outside" and "dog" and "dog's chewed-up ball".  None of which they can actually say, but their squealing and pointing and panting (baby sign language for dog) was pretty direct.
Owen loved the dog too!  The dog's name is Ozzie.  Owen's nickname is Oh-zee (long O). So they were meant to be pals, really.  Upon returning home, Owen renamed all of his stuffed animals, Ozzie.
All the kids were in heaven with unlimited* frozen treats and soda.
*It was only unlimited until I got wind of that offer.  "Unlimited" quickly became "one of each per day."
There's that chewed up dog toy. I'm telling you, it was a favorite!
When I wasn't chasing babies or taking pictures, I actually got to relax occasionally, with help from my sister- and brother-in-law, and Mark, of course.
Probably the kids' favorite thing to do, after a long day at the lake (I jest), was to come back and just hang out with cousins in the cool Montana evening.  We can't do that at home.  Not in the summer.
We spent every evening out here. I love this back porch and stone chimney. It was impressive.


amyegodfrey said...

Love, love the pictures! The babies are heart-stealers in photos and in person. And the back of that house is amazing.

Gina said...

Looks heavenly. That area up there is just so pretty.

Jenni said...

Montana is gorgeous. And your twinners are so handsome! As are the rest of your clan - such lookers!

Maili & Max BOTH got in - and we are soooo thrilled! We LOVE the school and couldn't be more happy or grateful! So we will be seeing ya around!!! :)

wendy said...

Holy cow Sarah! You are absolutely BEAUTIFUL! And you look way too young to have all of those kiddos. ;-)

RT said...

Oh my goodness. That out door space is killer. I think i would be bumming there every vacation! It is so beautiful! With a huge patio fireplace for winter. Wow! I laughed out loud at your shirt. It is so funny! Thanks for the great post!

Aimee's Family Journal said...

That was AImee!