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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Niagra Falls

We live an hour and 20 minutes from Niagara Falls, one of the wonders of the world. (Did I make that up, or is it really one of the 7 wonders?) When I was single, it seemed like every person in Niagara Falls was part of a couple.

It was so fun to get engaged there and BECOME one of those couples. This year, I held hands with my little man and marveled at the crowds of Indian people. At least half of the tourists were Indian with the beautiful dresses. My theory is that with all of the American jobs being outsourced to India, they are the ones with vacation time and surplus money to take a vacation trip to Niagara Falls.

Kaylee said, "whoa. That's a lot of water". She's signing water with daddy near the crazy rapids that lead up to the falls.

First family photo since Christmas, and probably the last before baby #3 comes. Here's the sad thing: my baby belly actually looks small there. It's much much larger in real life.

Joshua was really captured by the falls and stared for a long time at the amazing waterfall. I wonder what he was thinking.

Our niece finally saw something of NYS other than our neighborhood and the shopping district. She thought it was cool and took lots of pictures on her disposable camera (remember those??), but really wanted to cross the border into Canada. We didn't have birth certificates, and I really didn't want to get stuck in another country. I like America.



Beth at Aunties said...


Your family is beautiful! Congratulations on your new little one. We are planning a trip to upper NY and Niagra Falls next spring. I have never been there.

I just wanted to thank you again for my Pay it Forward gift. By doing this I have met some incredible people in this world I would not have ahd the opportunity to meet. (My post dated July 12)
You are the one who started it for me and many beauitful things are still happening later this week. I have enjoyed the chain reaction
Friendship is a grand thing!

Good luck with new baby and you do look quite pretty with a LITTLE tummy. :) We are now expecting #11 and 12! We couldn't be more pleased!


Ronda said...

Yup, it's one of the 7 wonders, and it's in your back yard! I love hearing people talk about planning to go see it, or describing their first time. It's funny having been right there my whole life!
I love these pictures of the kids. Great job! Any BTW, you always look radiant while pregnant.


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