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Monday, July 7, 2008

Camp Gigi and Papa Dan

Gideon has been with Gigi and Papa Dan since last Tues. We actually came to Searcy early and cut "Camp Gigi and Papa Dan" short because we missed him so much.

G had a few "firsts" on the 4th. He was up at my uncle and aunt's cabin in Branson with the Stockstill side of the family. He caught his first fish and drove a golf cart and went to the Bass Pro Shop.

Enjoy!
Daish

5 comments:

Tiffany said...

Great slideshow! I'm sure Daddy loved the picture by the #3 car!

I'm glad that Gideon had such a good time visiting Arkansas (my mom sweares he's taller than the last time they saw him . . . which was 3 weeks ago) and that you all made it the Searcy safely. How did he react when he saw you all - including "Noni" again?

Shelley said...

Daisha,
Those are precious pictures. Looks like he had a blast with the Arkansas clan. I know your mom and dad were so thankful to get to have some special time with him. It must be so hard being so far away. I know she is glad that you are willing to make the long trip up here. My mom would be too! : )

BTW, I love the new layout and background. How did you do that? Very cool.

God Bless,
Shelley

Amanda said...

Gideon and Naomi are precious. You definately left your mark! I love Naomi's rolls! I'm so glad she's such a happy baby. I'm sure your parents had a blast having Gideon all to themselves. My parents always love for me to leave the house so they can have Gracen's full attention. Congrats on the new house! Can't wait to see pictures.

Deborah said...

Great pictures, but I'm a little worried that Gideon didn't get enough attention!

Yeah, right. Are you done
"un-spoiling" yet? I found that if you allow two days times the age of the child (i.e. a 2 year old = 4 days to unspoil), you might get somewhat back to normal.

:)

Cheri said...

So glad you posted these pics - I miss these two like crazy!