It all started at a baseball game. Grandpa, Grandma, Mary and Elsa drove all the way from Minnesota and arrived at the ballpark just in time to watch Graham play.
Jopies' eyes show his excitement.
So happy to be together.
The ballpark is even more fun with your cousins.
This is how Nathan stays for most of the time, right by Grandpa.
We had to visit Railhead. This was after a day at the pool so there were some sunburned faces.
These two look like cousins, yes? Look at Elsa's pretty blue eyes.
A little car project.
Graham especially loves these.
Remember the tornados in Dallas/Fort Worth. We planned to go to the zoo that day, but never made it. We played in the rain instead.
They had a blast splashing around.
The water was rushing in here. A fun place to be.
They all took showers when they were done.
Bryan and Tess came mid-week, and it was fun to show them through the house. It made us all excited for their next visit, when we will actually have a bed for everyone.
We celebrated Elsa and Mary's 11th birthday. During this picture, Elsa is 11 and Mary is 10. They are 4 minutes apart, so we had to snap that photo fast.
We went out and around Fort Worth that night. We ended up at Barnes and Noble.
I was pregnant with Graham (but didn't know it) when Mary and Elsa were born. They are 8 months apart.
Smiling faces when we sang, "Happy Birthday."
Love the joy.
The last day they spent playing and swimming.
Cry Cry spent much of the week with these goggles on.
Not sure why, but isn't he cute?
And it ended with a baseball game.
Cheering on the Red Sox!
Already can't wait until next year!
What will Cousin Week 2013 hold?