I'm the oldest of my parent's 4 children, and with 2 younger brothers and a sister, so I can't help but get excited every time I get to see my entire family. We're spread out over 3 states and 1,800 miles, and it tends to be a rare occasion when we're all in the same location. This weekend my baby brother graduated from high school, and even though we were only there for 2 days, I was able to watch him run track for the first time and qualify for state in his 4x1 team. So proud!
Here's a few images from the weekend, thanks to my cousin Tucker. Unfortunately I have no images of Gauc Night, which happens every night when we're all together. My family is not typically a family of traditions, but guacamole is our one and only tradition. Could there be a better family tradition?
What a stud!
Can't believe he's done. He's 9 years younger than me, and I won't lie, it was ridiculously sad/proud moment.
It's crazy how much I'm starting to look like my mom...and it's hard to believe my sister in law isn't actually my sister.
All he needs is a blazing, fiery forest behind him and you could call this guy James Bond.
Probably not supposed to be posting this, but I love it.