Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The Whole Gang

My daughter Lexie had her graduation party on Sunday and all of my kids and their families actually were able to make it. Yay!! Here are some pictures of all of my kids.

The 9 grandkids


My 8 kids

Everyone, all 22 of them!

Thanks for a fun get together Lexie and Congratulations again!!

5 comments:

Polka Dot Moon said...

What wonderful pictures! Congratulations to Lexie!!!

Valerie said...

Oh my goodness! And I get overwhelmed with 4 grown children and 4 grandchildren. Wow. You impress me! You have a gorgeous family. How blessed you are. Hey you are doing great on keeping up with your water and walking. I am not doing as well as you. I am trying though. No water today! No walking today! Tomorrow is new day!

Alison Gibbs said...

How wonderful to have everyone together like that.
Nothing more special than all being together,
Alison

Dianne said...

Twenty-two and counting correct?!
I'm curious to who people say looks the most like you-I'm thinking Mallory and Ezie.
We're having a pizza party for Sean's graduation on Sunday at a restaurant. I figure only 12-15 people (that's the extent of my family) and I don't have to clean up! Get about 4 pies and a few big bowls of Insalada and that should make them happy. I will probably bake some monster cookies or brownie-that's a probably-lol

Lindsay-ann said...

You have a beautiful family Sherry. I am so envious. Congratulations to Lexi and thanks for sharing the lovely pictures.
Lindsay
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