Thursday, October 9, 2008

Tagged

My friend Nancy has decided to help me stay on top of my blogging by tagging me. Here is the tag:

All you have to do is go to your 6th picture album folder, pick the 6th picture and post it. After that, tag 5 friends.


Here it is. This was taken last summer. We were trying to get a picture of Isaac with his cousin, Logan. Logan is not the kind of kid that really enjoys other kids touching him, and he was really frustrated with not only having Isaac right next to him, but constantly flopping over on him, since he couldn't sit on his own yet. Poor Logan.


I tag Brandy, Jenny C., Tiffany, Amber, and Andi. Comment and let me know when you post so I can see!

8 comments:

Brandy and Doug said...

LOL!! Poor Isaac!!! This is a great pic! I love the look on Logan's face! Priceless.

Nancy Brown said...

Issac has gotten so big. I am glad I could aid in the blogging help.. and I am again SO GLAD YOU ARE BACK

Dave & Amber Yates said...

Done :) I love the pic!!!

Ryan & Tiffany said...

I posted your tag... :)

nicole said...

ERIN!
Well its been many years since i've seen you. Found Tawny's blog a few days ago and and was way excited to find yours. You look so good and have such a cute kid. Congrats on everything, we will have to meet up sometime, i think i live right by you. I live all the way up in pligrams landing, is that were you moved? Anway we need to catch up sometime.

Later

Nicole Seegmiller

Jenny said...

I will do my tag as soon as I get my computer back from Best Buy and have access to my picture files.

Shelley said...

i'm so happy you're blogging again. and congrats on the downsizing. we are still in the process (have gotten rid of cable, cell phones, and TOTALLY downsized the grocery budget) but still want to assess our car insurance (i think we're paying way too much) and find ways to cut down our electric bill. i too thought it would be a lot harder to get rid of some of those things, but it's been really gratifying to feel self-sufficent and know that we're not piling up debt just to keep a certain lifestyle. but i told my mom, this is the hardest time of the year for me. you know how much i love christmas and CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS!!!! every time i go to the store, i'm like "don't buy it, don't buy it, don't buy it". aaaaahhhhhh!

Kirk and Kathy said...

Erin!! So weird how I ended up here. I love the Seriously So Blessed blog and was reading the comments from her pregger post. I saw a comment from "Erin" and it made me think of YOU! So I scrolled through the rest of the comments and went back to your name. Lo and behold it really WAS you! I saw your name on Misti's blog and checked it a few times, but never saw anything new so I stopped checking....

I totally get the self-punishing thing - yikes! Someday when I talk to you in person and not on the world-wide web, I can tell you about what I "sacrifice" until I'm all caught up with my work. It's weird, and I even know that, but I keep doing it. Must be an OCD thing.

Finally, I can tell you from first-hand experience that I can relate to the feelings associated with downsizing. 8 years ago? Lost EVERYTHING material. In retrospect it was liberating and opened windows of opportunity that would never have come otherwise. (Another in-person story) Sorry for the novel, but good to hear from you :)