Tacoma Narrows

Ever since I have known David he has been in love with bridges.  One of his favorites has always been the Tacoma Narrows and he was always watching the video of the original falling apart.  We got the idea from a friend of ours to go walk across it and then hit the beach below it that gives you an amazing view of the the two bridges.  It was a really great morning.  I love the North West.


Getting ready to start the walk across the Narrows.  Can you see the excitement in David's face?  And if you look close you might find some in Adam's, although he had no idea what we were doing.  He just knew he was getting to eat Bottlecaps.



Entertaining the little guy on the walk.  I love his laugh.



Two parts of the bridge that David specifically wanted me to take photos of.  So I did.


Splashing in the puddles.  We were trying to tell him he would have plenty of splash time after the walk.


I love these two.  Nothing makes me happier than seeing how much they love one another.  I am so blessed.


We got in the car to hit a Subway and then head to the beach.  Adam was already so tired.


Then he got out of the car, found the stroller and he was ready to go again!


Playing at the beach.  Adam is obsessed with throwing rocks into the water.  It's cute and he has quite the arm.  Stud.




He kept asking me, "where is it?".  I wasn't sure what he was looking for, but I played along for the fun of it. I will take play time I can get.  Once Daddy is around, I don't get much.





Here we were trying to get a family photo in front of the bridge.  I have two remotes, but both had dead batteries and I was running back and forth.  Adam thought it was hilarious and that when I was running to them I was trying to play.  The first time he just dived into me with a big bear hug...which was one of the best moments in my life and I am beyond in love that we captured it in a photo.  The second one he was still playing...I think he was trying to tickle me.  We didn't get a regular family photo, but these ones are better than any others I have ever had.  I love my little family so much.  They mean the world me to and I can't imagine life without them.  They are me.

3 comments:

The Holyoaks said...

I think we need to try this outing! Thanks for the idea! These photos are priceless. You are so talented and you have such a cute family. I just love you guys!

Terina said...

I love his galoshes! And the black and whites!

Kendal and Kendra said...

amazing photos...all of them! Sure miss you guys!

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