Sunday, April 8, 2012
Happy Easter from Morristown!
I was able to get a few of the families, that came to the church early, to take some pictures. Keep in mind they haven't completely pulled it all together yet. Jewelry is missing. Hairbows are missing. In some cases, shoes are missing.
This is me and my husband. In true form, my hair isn't done and I am missing my jewelry. Even though my husband Keith is unarticulated, I love him to pieces.
"Honey, wait right here, I'm going to get the kids." (me)
My husband messed up this picture, but Alicia and I are looking pretty nice. Oh yeah, she said, "check out her purse". I couldn't find my son Tyler. No telling where he is.
Here are the Trotts. China, Darren, and Taylor. Look at Darren trying to look all dapper. Taylor is sporting her new Tigger dress (an Ebay find).
Pictured here are Tina (psychiatrist), her daughter Shantavia, and her grandaughter, Jada. Tina and Shantavia had to swap dresses. Tina was too old to be wearing that short dress. See that fashionista dress doesn't look so bad out of the pack. It would have looked better if I had gotten the lighting right. I sure hope they plan on fixing Jada's hair.
Chris and Kara Judd. They will not be performing at the wedding to my knowledge. I probably should check the itinerary again. As I was looking through my clothes stash, I found the shirt that Chris is wearing. I bought it 8 yrs ago. It is vintage and I had never taken it out of the pack. I knew one day it would come in handy. LOL! His sweater is one I made. Kara's dress is from Stardoll.
Their daughter Jolisa, insisted on wearing pink.
Here's Michelle Robinson and her daughter, Mikayla. Her husband, Frank and other daughter are around somewhere. I just saw these two coming from the restroom and I grabbed them for a picture.
I found a few stragglers meandering about. There's my son Tyler, Zahara and Nikaya Taylor, and Chad, Lisa and Charles' son. I made Tyler's pants yesterday while making Julian's tux. Nikaya is wearing one of the new Bratz dresses. Oh, I see some more kids coming. Hold on a minute.
Ok. We're back. Oh, I see the Lees are here already, too. That's their daughter Ming on the right hand side. It was hopeless trying to get all the kids to look at the camera. You know how short their attention span is. Let me get them back to their parents. I don't want anyone mistaking me for a babysitter.
"MOVE TAYLOR" (the gang)
There is always one ham in the bunch. Like I said, let me get these kids back to their parents.
I noticed these two when I took the other kids back. Jessica and Sophia. These are Sylvia and Christopher Redmond's kids.
The baby is wearing a new outfit. I didn't notice the booties were leather until her mother put them on her. Would you believe she has lost a bootie already. I forgot to tell her mom to secure it with a little sticky stuff. These babies are just like real babies when it comes to socks and booties. They must kick their feet when I'm not looking.