Friday, November 18, 2011

Last One with All Three; I Promise

I don't want to know how Chuck really feels about the matching outfits. But to his credit, he makes me believe that he doesn't hate it. I guess that shows just what a good sport he's been while I insist on making ridiculous matching ties and suspenders for him and his sons. But sadly, now that Rhett has a brother, I will match the two little boys to each other and leave Chuck out of it. I do know that he's very happy about this.

But honestly, is this not great?

Pretty awesome the sock puppet on Rhett's hand, yes? Stake Conference can get a little long for a three-year-old. Does it make it awesomer that he was pretending it was Nag from Rikki-Tikki-Tavi? Yes, I thought so too. And awesomest? Our stake conference was watched from the Visitors' Center for the D.C. temple. Sweet. But least awesome is how OLD I think I look in that picture. Dang.


  1. I think it's awesome that you thought to get a picture on that beautiful day! You guys look great!

    And is that poor Ollie's tie stuck in his pants? ;)

    Seriously... I think you should keep up the matching w/ Chuck on holidays. He'd do it, right?

  2. oh man your boys are so cute. i love the matchiness. :) but, yes, matching your 2 little boys would probably suffice. chuck has been a great sport.

    i don't think you look old. but that's probably b/c i'm getting older too. blech.

  3. I love it! What's a girl gonna do? Of course you have to make them all match!

    Very cool you got to see stake conference at the visitors center! And no, you don't look old! What?

  4. you dont look old. you look like a teen with that long beautiful hair