Antique Granny

Antique Granny

Monday, April 12, 2010

NOW AND THEN



My son's three prize children certainly clean up nicely but they still act like the monkeys in the first picture (along with their father). I found that early photo on grandson Dillon's facebook and had to borrow it.

15 comments:

kenju said...

A nice looking bunch! I have a hard time getting all of the grandkids together on one photo; someone is always looking off or has their mouth in a funny position.

TALON said...

Beautiful family, Annie!

I love the "wise monkeys" re-enactment!

dana said...

I MUCH prefer your new photo. Very complimentary!

If I could get Joe's grandkids to SIT STILL for a minute like yours, I might not run off when I know they're coming.

Lynn said...

Very cute! They look like a lot of fun, too. :)

Pat said...

Lynn took the words out of my mouth:)

LL Cool Joe said...

Nice kids before and after! They look like a load of fun!

Kay Dennison said...

Cute kids!!!!

Riot Kitty said...

Cute pictures! They look like a lot of fun.

Quilly said...

LOL! Well, they look like kids with a sense of humor!

thesouthernlady64 said...

Great pictures of your grandchildren. I know they give you lots of enjoyment. I think grandchildren are grand. Thanks for stopping by my place and your kind comments about my grandchild. I enjoyed your blog and all your pictures.

Darlene said...

See no evil,hear no evil, speak no evil. I am sure they practice what they act out. Handsome kids.

Nancy said...

Annie,

I know you are very proud of your son and his children.

The thing I love most about pictures is that the people in them will never be that age again; even 5 minutes later.

I always have the feeling that the picture I am holding in my hand will find it's way to somebody's attic and turn up in 50 or 60 years and nobody will know who the people in the picture are.

Please name and date all of your pictures to help out future generations.

nora said...

Love both photos! I've been helping my mama move for the last six weeks and have run across many gems - and tons that I have no idea who they are. I can't wait until we can dive into them.

Ralph said...

Great pictures - both of them. You have to love photos taken awhile back. They are priceless.
Ralph

cube said...

They grow up in the blink of an eye, don't they? At least that's how it seemed with my girls *sigh*

They're easier to handle in the monkey stage ;-)