Monday, November 05, 2012

Time Warp Tuesday: Montage

Thank you, Jenn, for Time Warp Tuesdays.  I enjoy revisiting these special moments.

There's a room at the front of our house, which should be called the den, but we weren't very imaginative so we always call it the Front Room.  Baby Ernest called it the Fruh-Fruh.

I had a large number of framed photos sitting on top of the TV cabinet.  When I forced a major furniture rearrangement last month, the frames had to go somewhere else.  These two ended up in my son shrine in the bedroom.  (Ooh, there's more timewarp fodder!)

Without resorting to the scrapbooks to find out the year, I'm going to guess these are from 1998, based on Ernest's bee costume and Frank's missing teeth.

Clockwise from left:  The bee pollinates a flower, a big outchie on his nose from falling into his brother's box of lego (the book he's holding is Kiss the Boo-Boo by Sue Tarsky), cutest thing with a velcro bandaid), after and before haircut.

Clockwise from top left:  Big Dog in Black (there was a Big Dog outlet in town, so he had a lot of those shirts), smiling at the Disneyland Hotel because he got his Star Wars Toy, where are his teeth?, and helping dad wash the big white truck.

Oh, the days of a film camera and double prints.  But then you have to DO SOMETHING with all those physical photos.


Karen (formerly kcinnova) said...

So much cuteness in one post!

My husband's grandparents had an entire wall of family pictures in their bedroom.
I have one small picture of our four boys on my dresser but it is pointed AWAY from the bed.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

oh gosh, hysterically wonderful photos, wouldn't it be great to dress like a BEE all day? :)

Janet said...

the bandaid and the missing teeth...LOVE!

Susan said...

Love that you have the "everyday" photos framed - not just the special occasions.

Jen said...

Such handsome guys! I was just thinking the other day, I have probably taken 1000's of shots of my son, and have printed out maybe 25? And, framed less!

Anonymous said...

Adorable--I love that you framed REAL pictures of your kids and not just the staged ones from photo shoots!

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

I agree with Susan--sometimes the "everyday" photos are the best.