How great did the boys pics turn out this year?!? I am so happy with them. The first time I looked at both of them..I was shocked to notice just how much they look alike! I mean, take off the hair and we practically have the same kid! All summer, I got the question "Are they twins?" and never understood it until now. :)
HA HA HA!!! 15 years later...and I'm back in a yearbook too!! I wonder if MY mommy is going to want this pic in her wallet too. (hee hee)
Just this past weekend, Michael and Gage had discovered the skate park...so Corbin and I headed over with them yesterday to see what all the fuss was about.
I quickly figured out that this was a REAL skate park. For some reason, I figured it was going to be like a sidewalk trail in a hidden part of the city. I was wrong. There were a bunch of bigger kids flying around on scooters, bikes and rollerblades. By flying...I mean doing tricks mid-air and flipping around. Scared me to death...especially since my wee little ones were in the middle of it!
Corbin is the cautious one. He rode around carefully sporting his flip flops.
Gage cautious? Not so much. He wanted to ride around in this thing. (fyi...random kid got in my pic)
Off Gage went. He whizzed around the empty swimming pool thing, only needing help out at the end. :)
Corbin riding around...
Now since Gage is my little daredevil...and the kids 10+ years older than him were jumping off things...he decided to give it a try. Not too bad this time around!
...and then, in true Gage fashion...the next time was a COMPLETE.FAIL. He tried to stop or something at the last minute...and went straight down, face first.
Little man had a big boo-boo. Mommy and Daddy felt horrible and are now currently looking for a new and better sized helmet for our little Evel Knievel.
Okay...it's my own fault for not checking my camera battery before we left...but these couple pictures are the ONLY ones I got of Halloween. Unfortuneatly, it was after part of Corbin's costume had been broken and after Gage decided not to wear the Ghostbusting pack thingy on his back that I decided to snap a picture. Corbin turned out looking more like a burglar than a ninja...
...and thank goodness Gage had the Ghostbuster emblem, or he would have looked like a prisoner of some sort. :) The boys were happy either way...so that is all that matters! After the above pic...my camera died.
I got out my iphone for the next couple pics. We were invited to a Halloween party this year, and here is my favorite pic of the night! Look at Gage and all the kiddos reacting to Corbin's friends dad. (yep...confusing, but not using names!) ;)