27 August 2008

Last few days

Our last full day in Baton Rouge was, well, full.  I unfortunately came down with a migraine while trying to pack, so I don't have tons of pictures of everyone on the last day.  I think there was stuff going on, though. :)  I did have the pleasure of lunch with one of my sisters-in-law, Emily.  We went to Cheeburger Cheeburger, and I think I had what could have been the very best burger I have ever eaten!  (I remember my dad talking about one in AL, I think, but I had never had the chance to enjoy it for myself.)

Isaiah and his youngest cousin, Luke got to play together some more.  I could not get over how much Luke had grown in the three weeks that we were gone!

Here's Isaiah moving in for a smooch.  He's such a loving little man!

I'm sure that they were telling each other something here.

Isaiah showing off some more strength in his legs!

Thomas looks good with 2, I think. :)  NO that is NOT an announcement of any kind!

One last good play time in the sandbox followed by a dip in the pool.

Siblings with their children.  (please excuse Isaiah's incredibly mismatched clothing, he wore the pants for his nap, and like I said, I had a migraine, so I probably didn't even notice it at the time)

Luke is so sweet!  It was so hard to say goodbye, knowing how much he would change before we get to see him in person again.  If our other little nephew had been there, too, I probably would have been a basket case!


Will and Carrie said...

WOW! When did you all sleep? I LOVE all the photos. The baseball game looked like lots of fun. Isaiah seems to do SO well in new situations! What a content big boy! Thanks for posting all the pictures and letting us enjoy your vacation as well. Praying for you as you get back into the swing of things.

CristyLynn said...

Sleep, yeah, we had to come back to Russia to get some sleep. :)
I'm glad that you enjoy the photos. I've had fun sort of reliving our time in the States by doing all the posts.
Thanks for your prayers as we continue to get settled back in. The adjustment was easier this time, but still strange. Our 2 "planets" are sooooo different!