Every time I mention Seth and Crissy on the blog I always put a link to their blog but it’s NEVER updated. Like it’s always the lowest on my list of “blogs I follow.” But I always link to it in hopes that someday they will update again! They have super interesting lives and I know I love hearing their funny stories so they need to blog! I’m boring and I do it!!!
I got super pumped last night when I saw that Crissy had updated!!! I seriously thought something was wrong with Blogger and it just moved my oldest updated one to the top on accident or something. When I clicked to read it I immediately cracked up. The title of the post was: The Emily Parker Experience! hahaha.
Seth and Crissy (well, especially Seth) ALWAYS tease me about how many pictures I take. The first thing they talked about after Neela was born was how during the delivery experience they kept seeing photo opportunities that they knew I would have made everyone stop to get a picture of haha. So for this blog entry they took their camera with them all day and snapped lots of pictures. They may tease me about it but they also proved me RIGHT! Taking lots of pictures just makes things more FUN!
I remember when we went to Atlanta for a weekend to buy ALL of our furnishings for our house (I know, we’re nuts. We went up there Friday night and spent 24 hours buying EVERYTHING from furniture to decorations and loaded it all in a Uhaul then drove back LATE Sat night, unloaded it, to wake up the next morning and MOVE from our old house to our new one…) the actual weekend was SO stressful. But I took SO many pictures (which you can actually view here!) that now we all look back on it and say how fun it was! Taking pictures makes you remember more about things that you do and it always helps bring back fond memories…who doesn’t want more happy things to remember?!?
For as long as I can remember I’ve been a hard-core picture taker. Anyone who went to high school with me can probably remember our Senior Video…guess who supplied majority of the pictures? And this was back when digital didn’t exist! I still took rolls and rolls of film alllll the time. I just love it!