Friday, April 16, 2010

Busy day

We took Lily out mushroom hunting yesterday afternoon. We found some morels and she even got to pick a few.


It didn't take long for her to lose interest in fungus and move on to other, more interesting things. Like rocks.




... and leaves.


Later that evening, we met our adoption friends at the park. Here are a few shots from the evening.

Sylvie and her pretty blue eyes:


Henry and his daddy-o:


Peter holding the newest member of our group, Keegan (son of Matt and Eunice). I just love the look on Keegan's face. And how about Peter, he looks like a natural, eh? Peter and his husband, Doug are still waiting to be parents, so please think of them if you know of someone thinking of making an adoption plan. 


Heather, Philippe and the twins, enjoying some family time:


Nissy and Jim, who are still waiting for their little bundle. Please keep them in your thoughts, as well.


One more shot of Sylvie, since she's so photogenic...


We didn't know these people, but we just kept hoping they would get a room already!



Bumble's Bounce said...

um...uh...can you place that last pic into a different post? Or you COULD start a new blog called: GET A ROOM! OR, you could warn people to pee before they read the rest of your blog entry:)

I seriously laughed hard! That was sooooo funny! The post is great, love the pics, and those slips are amazing! Glad they're doing the job:)

Brook said...

I know, right?! The straddling and smooching went on for for the entire 2 hours we were there. Yick! We didn't need to see that.

Virginia said...

I am in SERIOUS BOKEH HEAVEN! Although that last pic was my fave, tee hee hee.

Brook said...

Virginia - If there was such a thing as bokeholics anonymous, I'd be in the 12 step program.

Nanny said...

It was so nice to see all the parents from your group. The kids are all so beautiful. Looks like it was a fun day. From Lily's halter top it looks like the weather is starting to really change. In fact it must be so nice that some people have decided to take what most do indoors to the outdoors (last pic).