Thursday, June 7, 2012

Cousins

L to R: Stephen, Katrina, Chance


My brother, sister and I all had babies around the same time in 1997. Chance, my brother Doug's son, was born in September.  Stephen  was born in October, and two week's later, in November, Carla had her third child, Katrina.

Being 12 years younger than Doug and 10 years younger than Carla, I never dreamed I would have a child that would grow up with their children.  I loved it!!

These three sweeties will be Freshmen in High School in the new school year!

And that is hard on this Momma/Aunt heart!

I'm playing with Jenny at Alphabe-Thursday!


11 comments:

Lmkazmierczak said...

How great for the cousins♫

lissa said...

they're so cute! love their blue eyes.

hope you have a sweet day.

Cathy Kennedy said...

As the oldest grandchild, my cousins were much younger than me. I even babysat many of them. Now that we are all older, age isn't such a big deal. Cute picture!

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Jackie/Jake said...

I miss the closeness we had as kids with the cousins. We don't see each other much now as we are in different cities.
Great photo and memories.

Just popping by from Alphabe-Thursday.

Riet said...

What a lovely photo of the cousins. Great C word

ellen b said...

Cousins are so much fun. What a sweet photo!

Sue said...

They grow up fast, don't they?

=)

PS. Love the name of your blog!

storybeader said...

it's great to have family that is close. There were lots of cousins when I grew up and we were all great friends. Lucky for them too! {:-Deb

Lola said...

Visiting from Mrs Matlock’s, many thanks for stopping by.

Such an interesting post – great pics.Great cousins!

Have a lovely weekend!

anitamombanita said...

How fun to have cousins who are close. I never had any but know families in which the cousins truly are best friends!

Jenny said...

Aw Amy. Stephen looks exactly the same now. That is soooo neat!

How cool is this picture of the sweet cousins? Just adorable!

Thanks for the smile, Miss Amy.

I miss you!

Hugs and

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