Sunday, October 25, 2009

Vacation Videos

Here are a few videos from Key West...


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More Vacation Photos!

We saw a bunch of iguanas at Bahia Honda State Park. Three of them came over to our picnic table while we were eating lunch.








Can you see the iguana that Sarah is pointing at?






Sarah and the iguana smiling for the camera.





Sarah smiling and pointing at mommy...






Here is the southernmost point in the United States...90 miles from Cuba.




The end of Highway 1 in Downtown Key West.





We didn't eat here, but Sarah sure wanted to...


Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Hanging Out In Key West

Greetings from 60 miles or so away from Cuba. The drive was very long but we are definitely getting the most out of our week here in Key West. Enjoy the pictures...



Here we are driving across the first bridge that leaves the mainland and heads towards Key Largo.




The famous 7 mile bridge right in the middle of the Keys.





Here is a good picture of the old railroad (then car) bridge through the Keys.





A wide view of the resort from our balcony.






A closer view of the resort and the Atlantic.






Sarah enjoying the beach for the first time.












Sarah waving to daddy.






The Sommerhauser family enjoying the beach...




Sarah working hard at the beach.




Sarah playing with her new friend at the beach.





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Sarah squealing with mommy in the resort pool.

Monday, October 5, 2009

More September Pictures

Sarah's September pictures have been as adventureful as always. Here she is showing off her jelly face...







Sarah knew right away how to climb up on her newly painted rocker, but just this week she figured out how to turn herself around and safely sit in it.


Here Sarah is practicing her sign language with Grandma Patty.




Sarah always loves her story time, and she will prove it to you by throwing a book at you and diving on your lap!




Here Sarah using her sign language to ask for "more"...which at that time was Teddy Grahams. Joella had to keep Sarah distracted so she would leave her bow and ponytail alone for a few minutes at least.




Yummy Teddies...





Sarah with Great-Grandma Millie...






Sarah with Daddy, Grandma, and Great-Grandma...







Grandma and the "innocent" Sommerhauser girls...








Oh Maggie and Miss Amelia!









Sarah had lots of fun last week at the Parents as Teachers messy play event at the Lee's Summit Community Center.